World Bulletin / News Desk
Yemeni Minister of Finance, Saker al-Wajeh said that Yemen was neglected during the term of former President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh and added, "Yemeni economy is recovering after the Gulf Cooperation Council's 'peace plan'."
Attending to the 7th Turkish-Arabic Economy Forum in Istanbul, Yemeni finance minister replied the questions of AA correspondent and stated that during the Saleh's government, economy was neglected which caused problems nowadays.
Al-Wajeh underlined assistance by Turkey and said, "Turkey helped Yemen a lot. Hundreds of people who were wounded during revolution received medical treatment in Turkey. Turkey plans to open dialysis centre in the Yemeni cities of San'a, al-Hudaydah, Ta'izz and Aden. At the end of the transitional period, we'll get over most of the problems."
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