SANA'A, Nov. 17 (Saba) - Yemen and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) discussed here on Saturday the efforts exerted to return the displaced people of Abyan to their homes.
This came in a meeting gathered Prime Minister Mohammed Salem Basindwa and UNHCR resident representative in Yemen Naveed Hussain, who reviewed the current cooperation with the international organizations to secure the displaced people's return to their towns and villages after being cleansed from the al-Qaeda terrorist militants.
UNHCR official and head of the executive unit of the displaced camps management Ahmed al-Kuhlani told the Prime Minister that 22,350 displaced families have returned homes up to now.
Hussain and al-Kuhlani stressed the importance of enhancing the cooperation between the government and the donor organizations and states to Yemen to return the rest of the displaced and to accelerate efforts to reconstruct the Abyan governorate.
The Premier hailed the role the donor organizations and states play in helping Yemen to encounter the difficult humanitarian situation of the displaced people and to provide them with the basic services.