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Sunday, 03-May-2009
Almotamar Net - The Executive Council of the Yemeni Writers Union YWU has on Sunday announced its condemnation and denunciation of the secessionist calls and any practices offending the unity and democracy. Almotamar.net - The Executive Council of the Yemeni Writers Union YWU has on Sunday announced its condemnation and denunciation of the secessionist calls and any practices offending the unity and democracy.

In its closing abatement of its 3-day extraordinary session held in Sana’a the YWU called on the state and all partied of the political life to resort to logic and reason and open dialogue with civil society organisations, public opinion organisations and political parties springing from the keenness on the future of Yemen and its stability in the way guaranteeing dignity of the citizen and his right to honourable life and equal citizenship.

The statement pointed out that the YWU has followed up the developments at both national and international arenas particularly the those dangers threatening the country , beginning from the economic difficulties due to impact of the world economic crisis , security flaws and resorting to violence in addition to the growth of piracy that threatens Yemen and its neighbours.

YWU’s Council has come out with a vision of the recent events in the country and the ways of contributing in their solution. It has set up a committee for following up the events taking place in a number of Yemen areas. The committee is to be in continuous meeting to follow up the national issues and draw up cultural solutions and treatments hat would help stabilizing social peace and preserve the gains. The Unions vision also contained that all should realize the danger the current situations and what is happening in some of the southern and eastern governorates and keenness on the sound tackling and democracy and patriotism in addition to beginning a of a sincere dialogue with different political parties , including all opposition parties and civil society organisations as well as the active and good forces in the homeland and to explain facts to t o the people who pay the price of any seditions or insurgencies. It said the problems cannot be solved by force or violence but by return to the core and spirit of the unity of 22 May 1990, the commitment to its constitution, historical and civilization necessity in the life of the people as there is no backing off from this great accomplishment in the Arab political life overshadowed with challenges.

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Saturday, 20-December-2014


The government of Yemen and donors held the fourth follow-up meeting today in Sana’a to discuss the progress made in the Mutual Accountability Framework (MAF) and the level of aid absorption in the last quarter of this year.
The meeting was chaired by the Yemeni Prime Minister, the Chairman of Executive Bureau to Accelerate Aid Absorption and Support for Policy Reforms Board (EB), Eng. Khalid Bahah, from the government and the World Bank, G4 and GCC Mission representing donors. The meeting was attended by the Ministers of Planning, Finance, Transport, Public Works, Trade number of deputies and government institutions chairmen.
The meeting, which was attended by GCC ambassadors and donors representatives as well as private sector, parliament and CSO representatives, has discussed the policy reforms implementation and absorption of donors’ aid included in the EB’s annual report. The meeting also debated the next steps and mutual commitments of both the government and donors.
Mrs. Amatalim Alsoswa, the EB’s Managing Director, welcomed the attendees and highlighted the significance of the meeting which was held after the formation of the technocratic government led by PM Eng. Khaled Bahah. She also said that the meeting was held after one year passed since the launching of the EB under which worked under exceptional security, political, economic and stability challenges.
“The Yemeni government and donors community should agree on a work plan and a mechanism to increase the level of allocation, approval and disbursement of the remaining funds as well as the development of a National Plan for the Foreign Aid as it represents a primary indicator and regulator of the GoY-donors relationship from one side, and the government.” Mrs. Alsoswa said.
From his side, the Prime Minister stressed that the cabinet targeted a number of priorities in its program. The primary priorities were security, stability, spreading State’s control and push the economic development wheel forward. “The government is working to make the best use of the donors’ pledges and reach high absorption rates for these resources
Saturday, 20-December-2014
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the Tuesday bomb attacks in Radaa city in Bayda province, which killed more than 25 people, including at least 15 schoolgirls.

"There is absolutely no justification for such cowardly terrorist acts that brutally take the lives of innocent civilians, including children", said a statement read by Spokesman for UN Secretary-General.

The statement called for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.

In the statement , the UN Secretary-General expressed his sympathies and sincere condolences to the families of the victims of these heinous attacks.
Friday, 19-December-2014
The UN Secretary General Advisor on Yemen Affairs Jamal Binomar condemned on Friday the two terrorist attacks which took place on Tuesday in Rada city, Al-Baidha governorate, claiming the lives of 26 people, mostly children.

In a statement issued on Friday, Binomar said that: “As we offer our condolences to the families of the victims, we condemn these two terror attacks.”
Thursday, 18-December-2014
An informed source in the local authority in Hodeidah governorate has said that terror elements attacked one of the “Ansar Allah” popular committees location in Kornish street using a booby-trapped car.

members of the popular committees confronted the attack killing two suicide bombers before they blew themselves up while the two others managed to blow themselves up.
Thursday, 18-December-2014
France condemned on Thursday the Radaa terrorist attack occurred on Tuesday which killed more than 20 people, including schoolchildren.

In a statement issued Thursday,French Foreign Ministry described the crime as 'appalling and disgraceful' act.

The ministry expressed its condolences to the victims’ families, confirming that France stands alongside the Yemeni people in the fight against terrorism.
Thursday, 18-December-2014
The Parliament approved in its meeting on Thursday the Government's general program and voted unanimously to give confidence to the government.

After completing the discussion of the government program, the parliament listened to a report by the parliamentary committee on the main observations made during the debates and directed a number of recommendations to the government
Friday, 12-December-2014

The United Nations special envoy for Yemen Jamal Benomar said on Thursday that Yemen was still facing daunting political, economic and security challenges.

He made the remarks after briefing the UN Security Council on the developments in Yemen.

He said he briefed the council on "the enormous challenges Yemen is facing on the political, economic and security fields," Benomar told reporters after the meeting.

He also focused in his briefing on the "tardy implementation of National Peace and Partnership Agreement (NPPA)."
Thursday, 11-December-2014
Yemen and the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) signed on Thursday a joint action plan for 2015.

The plan includes the pledges of the government and its development partners to make developmental programs at the central and governorate levels.
Wednesday, 10-December-2014

The Republic of Yemen has strongly denounced the Israeli aggression which led to the killing of the Palestinian Minister and Head of Popular Committee Against the Settlement and Apartheid Ziad Abu Ain.

"While the Republic of Yemen denounces this brutal assault, it shoulders Israel the responsibility of this atrocious act that contradicts humanitarian values," said the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a release issued on Wednesday.
Tuesday, 09-December-2014
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) has held in Amman, Jordan, a four-day workshop on the implementation of Yemen's project portfolio.

The workshop, which started on Monday, also intends to review the general conditions and adopted procedures for all IFAD projects and financing agreements.

Representatives of at least 30 relevant bodies take part in the workshop, including Economic Opportunities Fund (EOF), and Ministries of Planning and International Cooperation, Finance, Agriculture and Fisheries.

At the opening session of the workshop, Yemen's project portfolio Director Mohammed Abdul-Qader talked about the importance of applying the IFAD-adopted procedures and regulations of the financing agreement and the general conditions to implement projects, stressing that IFAD's all projects aim to eradicate poverty in rural areas.

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