FM receives credentials of Australian Ambassador

RIYADH – SABA
Foreign Minister Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak, received today a copy of the credentials of the new Australian non-resident ambassador to Yemen, Mark Donovan. Bin Mubarak welcomed the new ambassador, stressing that the ministry will provide the necessary facilities for the success of his new duties as Ambassador and Plenipotentiary Extraordinary to Yemen, praising the friendly relations between the two countries.

They discussed cooperation between the two countries and prospects for enhancing and developing it, as well as coordinating the two countries’ positions on issues of common interest in international forums.

Bin Mubarak also touched on the latest developments on the national scene, including the Houthi militia’s attacks and continuous targeting of civilian areas, especially in Marib governorate, and the deterioration of the humanitarian situation as a result of Houthi non-stopping hostilities, especially impact on the IDPs.

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