No Pause in Mission Work

No Pause in Mission Work

Iran has no intension to close its mission in the Yemeni capital, Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian told IRNA on Monday in reference to media reports that the personnel of the Iranian Embassy have fled Sana'a due to intensified fighting.  "The Iranian Embassy will undoubtedly continue its normal activities," he said, adding that the ambassador has returned to Iran for several days to undergo "medical examinations." 

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