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FM Minister discuss with Japanese officials cooperation sides
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FM Minister discuss with Japanese officials cooperation sides

TOKYO, Dec.02 (Saba) – Foreign Minister Abu Baker al-Qirbi met on Monday with Japanese Deputy Foreign Minister, Makino Taco, within the program of his visit to Japan.

At the meeting, al-Qirbi thanked Japan for the official invitation, stressing that the visit would contribute to exchange views and discuss areas of bilateral cooperation between the two countries.

He pointed out that Yemen consider Japan as a friendly and important contribution country to the development projects and humanitarian aid in Yemen, and expressed his desire from the Japanese companies to play a role in exploring investment opportunities in various areas in Yemen.

He also briefed the Japanese envoy on the latest political developments on the Yemeni arena and the progress achieved in the national dialogue.

The minister valued the role of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)'s states and their adoption of the GCC initiative to get Yemen out of its political crisis.

He noted to the importance of Japan's role in providing technical assistance and support for development projects that would help to alleviate poverty and create employment opportunities in Yemen, as well as to support the security forces and army in their efforts to combat terrorism.

The minister also highlighted to the fulfillment of Japan's commitments to the delivery of ships to support the Coast Guard for their importance in combating piracy, human smuggling and drugs.

For his part, the Japanese official made clear that Japan has experience in helping countries during transition periods, confirming that Japan would continue to assist Yemen in these circumstances.

From the other hand, the Foreign Minister also met with the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at the Institute of Energy Economics, Masakazu Toyoda.

The Institute's CEO gave a brief introduction on the institute's activities and its interest in energy issues in Japan, including nuclear energy and environmental issues related to them, as well as geopolitical influences that affect them.




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