Almotamar.net - As [part o the underway steps for completing Yemen’s accession to the World Trade Organisation (WTO) , a delegation from the WTO is to visit Yemen for holding a number of meetings with relevant parties in Yemen.
Head of the Communication and Coordination Bureau with the WTO in Yemen Dr Hamoud al-Najar has said the delegation would be visiting Yemen on 2-4 of October 2010. The WTO delegation would be led by Mr Shidu Osakoi, head of the sector of accession at the
Al-Najar has made it clear that the delegation would hold meetings wit a number of officials in the Yemeni government as well as members of the concerned committees at the parliament an shura council to discuss legal aspects convenient to completing requirements of Yemen accession to the WTO, in addition to holding a workshop with businesswomen and businessmen representing the private sector in Yemen.
Mr al-Najar pointed out that this visit comes as part of activities of the Bureau ands as part of an integrated programme for completing procedures for Yemen accession to the WTO , expected to be completed by the end of 2010.
The national delegation confirmed on Sunday its keenness on the success of the Yemeni consultations in Kuwait under the auspices of the United Nations.
This came during a joint session between the national delegation and Riyadh’s delegation in the presence of the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and his special envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed.
At the session, the UN Secretary-General asserted that the position of the international community is clear, which is that the conflict should stop and Yemen should return to the path of political transition.
Ban Ki-moon expressed his optimism for the recent release of prisoners and detainees, urging the parties to release all prisoners as a goodwill initiative before the Eid al-Fitr.
The Saudi aggression and its mercenaries continued to breach the ceasefire during the past hours in several provinces, a military official said Saturday.
The Saudi warplanes flew on the skies of the Capital, Amran, Sana'a, Mareb, Jawf, Sa'ada, Dhalea and Taiz provinces. At the same time, the Riyadh's hirelings pounded al-Ghail district in Jawf with artillery shells.
The Saudi-led war jets waged on Thursday four raids on scattered areas in al-Qabitah district of Lahj province, killing a citizen from the district, a military official said.
The official pointed out that the aggression’s warplanes and its mercenaries continued to breach the ceasefire during the past 24 hours in a number of provinces in the country.
The hostile war jets waged two raids on Maswara area and Nehm district in Sana’a province, two others on Serwah district of Mareb province and another one on al-Saqiyah area in al-Masloub district in Jawf province, he said.