Almotamar.net, Saba - A Yemeni-Eritrean summit was held on Thursday in the Eritrean capital, Asmara, and co-chaired by President Ali Abdullah Saleh and Eritrean President Isaias Afeworki.
In the summit, the two leaders discussed the joint cooperation between the two countries in various areas and means of boosting them, especially in areas of trade, investment, fishing and security.
They confirmed their keenness to establish a strategic relationship between the two countries to enhance cooperation areas at the political, economic and security levels, as well as cooperation in combating maritime piracy and terrorism so as to serve the national security of the two countries and the stability in the region.
Moreover, they touched on activating the joint committee and the agreements signed between the two countries, in addition to the establishment of a trade fishing company.
Furthermore, the two leaders dealt with the developments of situations in the region, topped by the situation in Somalia and the Horn of Africa and the security in the southern Red Sea, as well as a number of common issues concerning the two peoples of Yemen and Eritrea.
After that, the two presidents spoke to media at a press conference, in which President Saleh expressed his happiness for visiting Eritrea, noting to the topics he discussed with his Eritrean counterpart in the summit.
" Views were identical , as we agreed on coordination and information exchange for cooperation in the southern Red Sea and the fight against piracy and terrorism and everything related to the national security of both countries", Saleh said.
For his part, the Eritrean president said that the relationship between the two countries is strategic and there is a common vision between them towards a number of security and economic issues.
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