Remarks byH.E. Dr. Mohammed Saeed Al-SaidiMinister of Planning and International Cooperation
Republic of Yemen
Ms. Danya Greenfield
Acting Director, Rafik Hariri Center for the Middle East
With the conclusion of Yemen’s multi-stakeholder National Dialogue Conference two months ago, the transition process moves into its next stage with constitution-drafting, voter registration and ultimately national elections. Yet the day-to-day quality of life and economic opportunity has yet to improve for millions of Yemenis still struggling to survive. The international community has pledged $7.9 billion in assistance, but Yemen's economy continues to struggle with high rates of unemployment, widespread poverty, energy crises, and poor infrastructure. Dr. Mohammed Al-Saidi will discuss how the government plans to address these issues, where gains have been made to date, and what the government considers its most immediate economic priorities.
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