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Yemen deplores siege on UAE embassy in Sana'a

posted on 24/05/2011: 1037 views


Sana'a - A Yemeni presidential source expressed deep regret over the siege yesterday of the GCC Secretary General, and ambassadors of the GCC, US and EU and other diplomats at the UAE embassy premises in Yemen capital Sana'a. The source termed in a statement to Yemen News Agency (SABA) the act by angry masses as 'irresponsible and unacceptable', underscoring that the UAE or its leadership and ambassador were not the target. He affirmed the leadership, government and people of Yemen hold high esteem and regard for the leadership, government and people of the UAE and highly value their brotherly supportive stances towards the security, stability and unity of Yemen. This passing incident, he stressed, will not effect, in any way, the close, firm and developing relations that bind the two brotherly Emirati and Yemeni peoples. - Emirates News Agency, WAM

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