Ambassadors of world powers confirm support to peaceful solution of Yemen crisis

13:32, May 17, 2011      

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The ambassadors of China, Russia, France and India to Yemen expressed Monday their countries' full support for the efforts paid by the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) to resolve the current crisis in Yemen peacefully, the official Saba news agency reported on Monday.

During a meeting in the capital Sanaa with Yemeni Chairman of Shura Council Abdul-Aziz Abdul-Ghani, the ambassadors confirmed their countries' support for Yemen's unity and stability, expressed their concerns on Yemen' situation, and showed their support for the ongoing efforts to reach appropriate solutions that satisfy both parties, Saba said.

The embassadors also indicated that dialogue is the best and only way to resolve the stalemate and difference between the Yemenis, according to Saba.

Abdul-Ghani met Chinese ambassador Liu Denglin, Russian ambassador Sergei Kozlov, French ambassador Joseph Silva and Indian ambassador Dr. Awsaf Saed respectively. For his part, Abdul- Ghani briefed them the latest development in the process of the power-transition initiative mediated by GCC countries.

Mass protests have rattled Yemen since mid February, which demand President Ali Abdullah Saleh to relinquish power. No immediate compromise to settle the crisis between Saleh and the opposition has been reached yet.

Source: Xinhua
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