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Yemeni communities in USA, Balkans back Hadi's army reorganization
[27/December/2012]

SANA'A, Dec. 27 (Saba) - President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi received on Thursday letters of support from the Yemeni communities in the USA and Balkans for the recent decisions of army reorganization.

The letters sent by the Yemeni Community Forum in the USA and charge d'affaires of the Yemeni embassy in the Balkans and Bulgaria Ahmed al-Qadasi showed the Yemeni communities' members support to the President's efforts to maintain Yemen's unity and stability.

The army reorganization decisions came as a response to the Yemeni people's aspirations and to pave the way for holding the national comprehensive dialogue in addition to completing the implementation of the Gulf initiative's terms, the letters read.

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