A unanimous talking that underwent between the United Nations and Yemeni government focused on the way to halt the torrent of Somali refugees in Yemen.And, no, I don't know what a "unamimous talking" is meant to convey, but I'm giving an "A" for the effort.
Yemeni deputy Prime Minister Nashad Mohammed Al Alimi has had meeting with Baro Shameski, an official from the UN leading the committee assigned for the surveillance of the arms ban against Somalia.
Both sides talked about the problems in Somalia, such as the insecurity, economy and the illegal immigrants who risk their lives entering Yemen by riding poorly made boats from North-Eastern Somalia.
The two officials concentrated on the illegal arms transported to Somalia which they said can easily be available to the pirates in Somalia.
Tuesday, March 28, 2006
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