Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Yemeni president arrives in Moscow

So now you can add Yemen to the long list of Muslim terrorist nations that are linked to BOTH Al Qaeda and Moscow. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out what is going on here...or does it?

The long reaching tentacles of terrorism? Are they coming from Moscow? I think so and so did Alexander Litvinenko.

In reply to this question I can definitely say that the center of global terrorism is not in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan or the Chechen Republic. The terrorist infection is spread worldwide from Lubyanka Square and the Kremlin cabinet - A. Litvinenko (Former KGB agent that was poisoned in England).

MOSCOW, February 24 (RIA Novosti) - Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Salah arrived in Moscow on Tuesday for an official visit to discuss bilateral cooperation as well as trade and military ties.

Salah will meet with President Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov during the visit, which ends on Thursday.

Yemeni Ambassador to Russia Mohammed al-Hilali told RIA Novosti last week that investment opportunities in Yemen would be discussed with Russian companies working in the oil and gas sector.

The ambassador also said Yemen supported Russia's aims in convening a Middle East peace conference in Moscow later this year, saying that "Yemen's position on the Middle East fully coincides with the position of our Russian friends."

Yemen's finance minister, Numan al-Suhaibi, was in Russia last week to meet with his Russian counterpart, Alexei Kudrin. The ambassador said they discussed the possibility of writing off Yemen's debt to Russia, adding that the "Russian side promised to look into the issue and if possible would give a positive answer."

This is the fifth official visit of a Yemeni president to Russia, and the first since 2004. After Russia, the Yemeni leader is expected to visit Tajikistan and Indonesia.

Moscow and Sanaa signed their first friendship agreement on trade in 1928 and set up diplomatic ties in 1955.

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