World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is expected to participate in a Friends of Yemen meeting in London on March 7, 2013. The meeting aims to contribute to the Yemen's political transition process.
England, Yemen and Saudi Arabia co-host the fifth meeting of Friends of Yemen, to which ministers and high level officials from more than 35 countries, will attend.
Besides aiming at supporting Yemen with its political transition period, the meeting will also handle the preparations for presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for 2014. Friends of Yemen Group was founded with an objective of raising political support for Yemen in January 2010 in London. The latest meeting of the Group was held in September 2012 in New York.
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