The Foreign Minister reviewed the Egyptian efforts to consolidate the truce reached by the Yemeni parties last April.
Yemeni Chairman of the Presidential Leadership Council, Rashad al-Alimi praised the distinguished relations between Sana'a and Cairo, and his ‘appreciation for the Egyption key role supporting Yemeni people and their legitimate leadership.
“The extension includes a commitment by the Government and Houthi rebels to intensify negotiations to reach an expanded agreement as soon as possible,” the UN said on August 2.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi met Tuesday morning with Sultan of Oman Haitham Bin Tarek al-Said at Al Elm Al Amer Castle in Muscat holding talks without the officials of both countries unlike Monday's meeting.
“This will allow more Yemenis to travel abroad to access medical care, as well as educational and trade opportunities, and to visit family,” he added.
The US State Department expressed, Tuesday its appreciation for Egypt’s efforts to calm situation in Yemen.
In mid-April, Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmad Awad bin Mubarak said that his country has coordinated with Egypt and Jordan to start flights through the Houthi-controlled Sanaa International Airport.
“Once they returned to Egypt, the sailors thanked President Sisi for his efforts to solve their issue,” MENA said.
Their release was carried out upon President Abdel-Fatah El-Sisi’s directions to the concerned agencies to exert all necessary efforts to set the sailors free.
Lempert held a meeting with the assistant to minister of foreign affairs for American affairs.
Yemen has coordinated with Egypt and Jordan to start flights through the Houthi-controlled Sanaa International Airport, said Yemeni Foreign Minister Ahmad Awad bin Mubarak on Friday.
The ministry said that Egypt has been closely following up on such development on the Yemeni scene.
The move follows an agreement among warring parties in Yemen to hold a two-month truce.
The Foreign Ministry confirmed in its statement that Egypt supports all efforts aiming at achieving peace, security and stability in Yemen and preserves its unity.
President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi spoke with Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud on Friday, said Presidential Spokesperson Bassam Rady.
The minister showcased that the Palestinian Cause was the main reason the OIC was established.
Abu Dhabi police announced that the fire had been contained, and that the victims are two Indians and a Pakistani, as reported by Sky News Arabia.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shokry asserted the necessity of pushing forward the political pathway in the war-torn Arab country.
Egypt wishes a speedy recovery for the injured, emphasizes its full solidarity and standing by Yemen against terrorism, and for achieving security, stability and development.
Yemen's ambassador to Cairo, Muhammad Marem praised, Thursday the ‘distinguished historical relations’ between Egypt and Yemen in various fields and the authentic and honorable stances adopted by Egypt and President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi supporting the Yemeni people.