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CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN YEMEN

CURRENT DEVELOPMENT IN YEMEN

 

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is monitoring closely with concern the current developments taking place in Yemen, particularly in Sana’a.  The Government of Malaysia welcomes the deal reached by the Government of Yemen and the opposing faction on 21 January 2015. The Government of Malaysia hopes that all parties will honour the United Nations (UN) and Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) brokered Peace and Partnership Agreement and work towards lasting political stability and peace. Malaysia also calls on all parties to remain committed to the outcome of the National Dialogue Conference and commends the efforts by President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi and the United Nations Special Envoy, Jamal Benomar.

 

The Embassy of Malaysia in Sana’a is in constant contact with Malaysians residing in Sana’a, mostly students, who are safe and located away from the conflict area. As the current situation in Yemen remains fluid, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs wishes to advise all Malaysians to defer all non-essential travel to Yemen.

All Malaysians who are still in Yemen are advised to register with the Embassy of Malaysia in Sana’a which can be contacted at the following:

 

Address: Iran Street, Hadda, P.O. Box 16157?

No.Tel    : (00) 967-1-429781/(00) 967-1-42978

E-mail    : mwsanaa@kln.gov.my

Fax       : (00) 967-1-429783

 

PUTRAJAYA

23 January 2015

 

 


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