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Yemen partakes in London Conference on Somalia
Yemen News Agency
Thursday, February 23, 2012
Yemen is to partake in the London Conference on Somalia to be held on Wednesday and led by UK Prime Minister, with the participation of over 40 governments and organizations.
Upon departing Sana'a today, Foreign Minister Abu Bakr al-Qirbi told Saba that the conference would discuss over two days the Somali issue, and its political and security repercussions to the Horn of Africa and the world.
He pointed out that the conference will deal with seven key themes, which are the security and the importance of finding a sustainable funding for the African Union Mission in Somalia and supporting the political process and the domestic stability in Somalia.
In addition, the conference will touch on combating terrorism and piracy, addressing the humanitarian situation and the international coordination on handling the issues of Somalia.
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