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The regime of Sana’a warns an American mission visit to Hadramoot

Posted by FREE ADEN on June 18, 2009

A mission from the American embassy in north Yemen has cancelled a scheduled visit to Hadramoot with the peaceful movement of South Arabia there. That was due to the warnings that mission got from the regime of Sana’a due security issues and regime can not insure this mission safety.


That mission was supposed to have a meeting with the movement’s leaders in a hotel in Mukalla city. The regime always uses such a reason to prevent the regional and international organizations not to meet with the peaceful movement in South Arabia. This reasoning was used by the regime in 2006 to prevent the European Election Committee not to monitor the presidential elections in areas outside Sana’a in 2006.


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