President receives credentials of several ambassadors to Yemen
President of the Republic Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi received Monday credentials of a number of new ambassadors appointed to Yemen recently.
He received credentials of Turkish Ambassador, credentials of Ambassador of UK, credentials of Australian Ambassador, credentials of Ambassador of New Zealand, credentials of Ambassador of Indonesia and credentials of Ambassador of Mauritania.
After receiving their credentials, President Hadi met separately with them, welcoming them and directed of facilitating their duties for the sake of activating and boosting friendly relations and cooperation.
He pointed out to latest developments in Yemen under current conditions and peace efforts on the bases of the international resolutions led by Resolution 2216, praising positions of their countries for supporting Yemen and its constitutional legitimacy.
He also praised their countries’ positions supporting peace efforts in Yemen, the peace the legitimacy has been seeking and have made many concessions and sacrifices for the interests of Yemeni people, saving their blood and realizing just and sustainable peace.
He asked the ambassadors to convey his best wishes to the leaders of their countries, hoping for more cooperation and partnership under these current conditions.
For their parts, the ambassadors expressed their pleasure for meeting with the president, confirming their countries’ support to President Hadi, who represents Yemen’s legitimacy, hoping realization of peace to Yemeni people.