SANA'A, Sep. 19 (Saba) - President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi met here separately with European Union (EU) and Japanese ambassadors on the occasion of ending their diplomatic terms in Yemen.
During his meeting with EU ambassador Michele Cervone d'Urso, the President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi valued highly the efforts the EU ambassador has played during carrying out his diplomatic mission in the country, particularly since the eruption of the 2011 crisis.
President Hadi also reviewed with the EU ambassador the developments in Somalia, including the presidential election and the current situation.
President Hadi decorated d'Urso the medal of Unification in recognition of his great diplomatic actions he has made that helped in solving the crisis in Yemen.
On the other meeting, President Hadi reviewed with Japanese ambassador Mitsuo Nouri Nampa the situation in the country due to the last year crisis and its repercussions in the security and political areas.
During the meeting bid farewell to the Japanese ambassador whose diplomatic term ended in Yemen, Hadi indicated to the critical circumstances Yemen is experiencing currently and the required aid to restore the security and stability in the country.
Nampa described the three years he has expended here as critical, saying that he has experienced the beginning of the 2011 crisis.
Yemen was the only countries, among many others, that has tackled its crisis peacefully and via a smooth power transition thanks to the great efforts made by the political leadership in the country, topped by President Hadi, the ambassador said.
He added that Yemen has overcome the most complicated challenges and it is now so close to the national dialogue to achieve its desired goals, stressing that Japan would offer all kinds of aid to Yemen.