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PM lauds Chinese ambassador's role in Yemen
[15/October/2012]

SANA'A, Oct. 15 (Saba) - Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa praised Monday the role the Chinese ambassador has played during his diplomatic term in Yemen, particularly during the last year crisis.

The Premier made the statement during his meeting with Chinese diplomat Liu Denglin on the occasion of ending his diplomatic term.

Basindwa pinning hopes that the Chinese capital would invest in Yemen and benefit from the promising investment opportunities in the near future.

Denglin expressed his appreciation of the great cooperation he has received to ease his diplomatic activities in Yemen, reiterating that China would present all aid required to help Yemen overcome the on going conditions due to the last year events.

He affirmed that the Chinese support for all what could reserve Yemen's unity and stability as well as its keenness to enhance its relations with Yemen, particularly in economic and investment areas.

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