Yemen contributes to Middle East Security Forum in Beijing

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The Republic of Yemen is partaking in the discussions of the Middle East Security Forum which kicked off its sessions on Wednesday in the Chinese capital Beijing.

Up to 200 participants including senior officials and experts from different countries of the Middle East are set to be engaged in deliberations about the security of the Middle East.

The Yemeni delegation headed by the Director of the Foreign Minister Office Ambassador Abdulqader Mohammed Hadi.

The Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi attended the opening session and delivered speech in which he called on the stakeholders to support the UN, enabling it to play its role in addressing the region’s major issues.

Wang also called on the superpowers to abandon their own narrow-minded visions about their geopolitical interests and play constructive role in pushing the peace process ahead in the Middle East.


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