Unified Yemen Makes Great Strides in Nat'l Development

Korea Times (Seoul, Korea), May 23, 2000 | Go to article overview
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Unified Yemen Makes Great Strides in Nat'l Development

On the 10th Anniversary of the National Day of the Republic of Yemen which is the most important in recent history of Yemen, I have the honor to convey, on the name of the president, government and the peoples of Yemen, the best wishes to the leadership and people of the friendly country of the Republic of Korea.

On this day before 10 years, our great people of Yemen have written the most glorious page in its current history and proved to the world that it could annihilate the time of partition and to end forever the long historic period which was full of bitterness, suffering, and fighting pains. The Unification of Yemen has opened widely the gate of Yemen paved the way for the people of Yemen to regain its strengthen, especially, when it came with the declaration of democracy.

No doubt, this sublime and important occasion for every Yemeni, inside and outside, endowed us with all what we wish of development and progress. It is for Yemenis the most precious and holy target which is one of the most important goals of the Yemeni Revolution.

May 22, 1990, also will represent victory of the will of the people of Yemen to avoid all obstacles caused by colonialism and the Imamate regime.

The significance of Yemen Unification is not only confined to Yemen, but it also considered as a factor of security and stability for the whole region.

President Ali Abdulla Saleh has proved uniqueness keeping ability to steer the ``Unification Boat'' to eternal stability. He has also stood against the enemy's plots in the regional and international sphere which is full of risks and dangers. Moreover he has planted an ethical principle with national responsibility which enabled the country, in a short time, to reach its goals and comprehensive development, and renewed the infrastructure to carry out great achievements which all Yemenis are proud of.

After the Unification of Yemen, our country and our people under the remarkable leadership of President Ali Abdulla Saleh have gained respect of many peoples and governments of the whole world.

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