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MOSCOW, December 06, 16:30 /ITAR-TASS/. No Russian citizens have been hurt in a terrorist act in Yemen, the Foreign Ministry reported on Friday.
The ministry condemned the sortie of terrorists. “We express solidarity with the Yemeni leadership to fight extremism and counter terrorism. We condole to families of those who died in the terrorist act and wished the soonest recovery to injured persons,” the ministry said.
“Russia continues contributing to Yemeni colleagues to ensuring security at the bilateral level and within the co-chairmanship of Yemen’s National Dialogue, the ministry said.
“The solution of problems is possible through consensus by taking into account the interests of political forces and confessional groups,” the ministry said.