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Yemen Cabinet Ceases the TK Intl School Sana’a

Written by Fakhri Al-Arashi

August31st, 2016- In today’s meeting, the Yemen cabinet headed by PM Dr. Ahmed Obaid Bin Dhaghar approves the Turkish government request to cease the Turkish International School Sana’a which is associated with Fethullah Gulen’s International Islamic movement.

The cabinet discussed also the latest issues on Yemen and more importantly, the terrorist suicide car bomb attack on an army training camp in Yemen’s second city of Aden on Monday, which killed at least 60 people and wounded 29 others.

The meeting praised the national military and popular committees battling terrorist groups in south Yemen, looking forward to finish them off and spread peace and proposer all over Yemen.

The cabinet expressed appreciation for the good cooperation of the minister of planning and international cooperation and the general secretariat of the GCC on organizing the preparatory workshop on Yemen’s post-conflict recovery and reconstruction which was hold on Riyadh, between 29-30 August.

The role of Dr. Abdulltaif Al-Zayani, secretary general of GCC is remarkable and supportive to the success of the preparatory workshop and the valuble outcomes” said the statement of the cabinet.

They also discussed the military victories on Taiz backed by the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia which proves a good progress on the different frontlines. Lately, the foreign minister Abdul Malik al-Makhlafi , brief them with the political development and international support for the legitimate government and its extensive work to obtain permanent and fair peace in Yemen based on the three references of the gulf initiative, national dialogue outcome and the UN 2216 resolution.

The TK Sana’a International School is on the edge of the city of Sana’a, the capital of Yemen, serving ages 2–18 and has branches in Aden and Taiz.