Customs and Trade Minister Hayati Yazıcı visited International Turkish schools on the second day of his Yemen visit.
Yazıcı watched a performance by students going to Turkish schools.
Yazıcı gave presents to students who performed.
Yazıcı and Yemen’s Finance Minister Sakhar Al-Wajih signed an agreement on cooperation and mutual aid in matters related to customs.
Yazıcı said that the aim of the agreement in question is direct cooperation between customs administration of the two countries in preventing smuggling, adding that they are also trying to form a legal infrastructure for technical cooperation between Yemen and Turkey’s Customs Administrations.
Yazıcı also visited Yemen’s President Abd Rabbuh Mansur al-Hadi.
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