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Foreign Minister meets UN official
[19 June 2019]
Tribal meeting in Ibb to support army in fronts
[19 June 2019]
President affirms doubling judicial bodies' role
[19 June 2019]
Transport Minister discusses establishment of field hospital in Sanaa Airport
[19 June 2019]
PM meets Culture Minister
[19 June 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Govt, Shura Council discuss joint topics
[19 June 2019]
Minister of Industry is discussing with President of Yemen Relief Organization support of innovators, inventors
[18 June 2019]
Army controls tens of mercenaries' sites in Jizan
[18 June 2019]
Abha airport has become paralyzed following operations Drones airstrikes: Army's spokesman
[18 June 2019]
Enemy failed in his attempt to restore sites in Najran: Army's spokesman
[18 June 2019]
 
  Reports
_Army drone attacks targets Jizan airport
[10 June 2019]
3 children injured with aggression' artillery in Hodeidah, Saada: Reports
[27 May 2019]
US-Saudi aggression wages residential neighborhoods , vital installations over 24 past hours in Hodeidah: Reports
[27 May 2019]
Aggression forces continue to breach Hodeidah agreement, hit Taiz, Saada over 24 past hours : Reports
[25 May 2019]
Coalition continues to violate cease fire agreement in Hodiedah, to attack provinces: Report
[19 May 2019]
 
  International
Lise Grande delivers a letter from President to Secretary-General of United Nations: Minister of Foreign Affairs
[11 June 2019]
Discuss UNDP projects in Yemen
[31 May 2019]
FM meets UN official
[29 May 2019]
FM congratulates Ethiopian counterpart on National Day
[27 May 2019]
Attacks on infrastructure must stop , give priority to calls for peace in Yemen: UNICEF
[27 May 2019]
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Health Minister calls Yemeni medical cadres abroad to return home
[09/May/2019]
SANAA, May 9 (Saba) – Minister of Public Health and Population Dr. Taha al-Mutwakel on Thursday called on the Yemeni medical cadres in abroad to return to the homeland to serve the people, especially in the current stage.

During evening party organized by Kuwait Hospital in the capital Sanaa, Dr. al-Mutwakel explained that 70 percent of the specialized and nursing cadres had left the country despite the urgent need for them in light of the continued aggression and siege.

The minister hailed the steadfastness of medical staff and nurses at home and their keenness to provide medical services and alleviate the suffering of citizens despite the suspension of salaries and operational expenses of hospitals.

He urged the Hospital’s leadership to intensify training courses and rehabilitation for nursing staff and to improve performance and provide health services for the sick and wounded, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.


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