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To help save the Yemen Peace Deal, the international community needs to act now

EurActiv Friday, 25 January 2019
The EU should lead the international community in ensuring that the Yemen Peace Deal is not allowed to collapse, argues Mohammed Issa Abushahab. H.E. Ambassador Mohammed Issa Abushahab, is the UAE’s Ambassador to the EU. The adoption of the Stockholm...
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