FM signs with his Hungarian counterpart three protocols


Minister of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs Ahmad Awadh BinMubarak held Wednesday here political talks with his Hungarian Counterpart Peter Szijjarto discussing with him mutual relations between the two friendly countries.

The meeting tackled situations in Yemen and the economic war Houthi terrorist militia wages on the government and Yemeni people amid its rejection to peace efforts and efforts to stop the war and its crimes against Yemeni people.

The meeting touched upon current needs in Yemen and enhancing mutual cooperation in a number of vital and service sectors.

Minister BinMubarak signed three protocols in fields of diplomacy, education and water and environment to contribute in solving water problem in the transitional capital of Aden and the occupied Capital Sana’a by Houthi militia and other areas.


The two parties agreed on cooperation in removing landmines planted by Houthi terrorist militia in ground and sea and training Yemeni cadre on protection against explosive devices.


In field of reconstruction, the Hungarian party promised coordination through the ministry of foreign affairs for providing funding to Hungarian companies to carry out construction projects and making use of Hungarian expertise in reconstruction in Balkan countries and other areas.

Politically, the Hungarian minister confirmed Hungary’s support to Yemen’s unity, security and sovereignty and support to the government and Yemeni people to regain their state from Houthi terrorist militia.