July 7, 2012 ·1 Comments
DJIBOUTI — Mohammad Abdullah Hajar, Ambassador of the Republic of Yemen in Djibouti, bid farewell on the occasion of the termination of his four-year term of office to Dileita Mohamed Dileita, Prime Minister of Republic of Djibouti.
Ambassador Hajar was called back to his country after he was appointed for a new position within the government of Sanaa.
The Prime Minister of the tiny Red Sea nation thanked the Ambassador for his valuable contribution to the growing relations between the two countries.
During their meeting on Thursday, Mr. Dileita and the Yemeni diplomat reaffirmed their commitments to both countries to further enhance the existing diplomatic and bilateral ties.
Dileita also stressed that Djibouti will continue to pay special attention to the Arab Republic.
Mr. Hajar also took the opportunity to farewell the government and people of Djibouti and including President Ismail Omar Guelleh who provided all facilities to make his tasks in Djibouti a success.
During his mission, several visits were carried out both at the highest and the expert levels between the two nations.
The Yemeni diplomat made similar visits today the president of the National Assembly, Mr Idriss Ali Arnaoud, and the foreign minister of Djibouti, Mr. Mahmoud Ali Youssouf.
Mohammad Abdullah Hajar was appointed as the Ambassador to Djibouti in November 1998 by the ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
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