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    G10 and International Partners’ Statement on Recent Developments in Yemen

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    G10 Statement

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    United States Calls for Immediate Release of Bin Mubarak

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  • NOTICE TO ALL U.S. CITIZENS RESIDING IN OR TRAVELING TO YEMEN
    NOTICE TO ALL U.S. CITIZENS RESIDING IN OR TRAVELING TO YEMEN

    If you are a U.S. citizen residing in or traveling to Yemen, please register with the State Department’s online Smart Traveler Enrollment Program as soon as possible. This will allow Embassy Sanaa to communicate travel alerts and emergency messages to you, should the need arise. If you are a U.S. citizen requiring an urgent citizenship service, please call us at (967) 1 755-2000 (during business hours) or (967) 1 755-2170 (after business hours), or email us at SanaaACS@state.gov. 

  • Statement on Explosion at Police Academy
    Statement on Explosion at Police Academy

    The United States condemns this morning’s attack on the Police Academy of Sana’a and the senseless murder and injury of Yemeni citizens, especially those who sought to undertake public service and protect the Yemeni people. We express our sincere condolences to the victims and their families. 

  • Statement of Condolences
    Statement On Suicide Bombing in Ibb

    The U.S. condemns the suicide attacks against a peaceful gathering to celebrate the Prophet’s (pbuh) Birthday today in Ibb. We extend our deepest condolences to the families of those killed and wounded in the attack. This cowardly attack is an ugly reminder of the lengths to which terrorists will go to destroy society and harm innocent people. 

  • U.S. Embassy Delivers 'Proposal Writing' Workshop to Yemenni Civil Society Organizations
    U.S. Embassy Delivers 'Proposal Writing' Workshop to Yemeni Civil Society Organizations

    Developing successful funding proposals can be a daunting task for new and inexperienced grants writers – especially among women and other traditionally underrepresented groups of civil society such as youth. To help address this disparity, the U.S. Embassy Sana’a’s Public Affairs Section in partnership with the local NGO 'Foundation Support for Development (FSD)' held a three-day... 

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