Saudi Arabia, Yemen Sign Cooperation Agreements
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Yemen signed in Sanaa on Thursday a number of agreements in various fields attended by Saudi Prince Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the second deputy premier and Yemeni Prime Minister Abdulqadir Bajamal within the framework of Saudi-Yemeni coordination council which concluded its meetings the same day, reported the official Saudi News Agency (SPA).
Saudi Minister Of Information Fouad bin Abdul Salam Al Farsi and his Yemeni counterpart, Hussein Dhaifallah Al Awadhi, signed an executive program for information cooperation, said the agency.
Meanwhile, Saudi Minister of Communications Nasser Al Salloum and Yemeni Minister of Transportation and Marine Affairs Saeed Al Yafie signed cooperation agreement in the field of marine transportation and movement of passengers and goods on land roads.
Also, Ibrahim Al Assaf, the Saudi Minister of Finance and National Economy, and Yemeni Minister of Planning and Development Ahmad Soufan signed an agreement by which the Saudi development fund will finance developmental projects in Yemen.
The signing ceremony was attended by Prince Saud Al Faisal, the Saudi foreign minister – Albawaba.com