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Exclusive interview with ex-president of Yemen RT

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Exclusive interview with ex-president of Yemen RTIn an interview with RT, former head of state Ali Abdullah Saleh commented on the opening of the Conference on the National Dialogue in Sana'a, and also spoke about the struggle of Yemen against Al-Qaeda terrorists and about the possibility of the onset of a new “Arab spring” in the region.


Two weeks ago, a conference on national dialogue opened in Sana'a. The former president assessed it as successful and stressed that it was his cabinet that called for a round-table dialogue, even before the first demonstrations in the country, but the extremists rejected this proposal and took the road of strikes.

“The seizure of state institutions, power cuts, shutting off oil and gas pipelines is not a revolution, it is a crisis. The current events are chaos that has damaged Yemen’s reputation, ”Saleh said.

The politician said that other countries should not interfere in the interaction of Yemeni political forces. The country's problems must be solved from the inside, and “external recipes will not be crowned with success.”
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  1. sprut
    sprut April 1 2013 19: 44 New
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    No, the seizure of state institutions, the disconnection of electricity, the closure of oil and gas pipelines - this is not just a crisis or chaos - it is a revolution!
    1. Woodoo
      Woodoo April 1 2013 23: 38 New
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      or coup
  2. alexng
    alexng April 1 2013 20: 07 New
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    As already got these organizers of chaos. Faster than this peddler of a dermobacillus - the world parasite and everywhere sticking its nose would have already died.
  3. afire
    afire April 1 2013 20: 08 New
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    Yes, they would have blown up to e ... yum this Qatar with the rest of the freaks. Zadolbali these bearded earcaps!
    1. vadson
      vadson April 1 2013 20: 29 New
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      there one cannot get rid of Qatar alone, a whole trend in Islam, many will have to be killed. in the "toilet"
  4. Hius-124
    Hius-124 April 1 2013 20: 48 New
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    The States are hitting the most vulnerable spot in the world. They still need Geyrop, Africa (not Arab) will not be rocked, and so far there is no need; Latin America is dangerous, sideways and see the enemy; Southeast Asia and the Far East - hard to ignite, but they are the next, attempts are visible; so while we are watching the massacre of the Arabs (Sunnis, Shiites, Salafis, Alawis, etc.) they have many contradictions and the mentality is the wildest. It is more convenient to fish in troubled water, but the population of the Earth must somehow be reduced, because soon there will simply not be enough water. The theory of the "golden billion" in action. "Controlled chaos" Japanese mother! hi
  5. 1goose3
    1goose3 April 1 2013 21: 03 New
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    The politician said that other countries should not interfere in the interaction of Yemeni political forces. The problems of the country must be solved from within, and “external recipes will not succeed

    That's right, any country should solve its internal problems on its own, without the help of "benevolent" neighbors.
  6. Bww
    Bww April 1 2013 21: 18 New
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    And who would let her? Five square millimeters on the map.
    All some "thoughts" - what I want is what I do. Horseradish! What they say you do. And who does not - either the Hero, or has a great other power behind him.
  7. Azaat
    Azaat April 1 2013 21: 46 New
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    Abdala Saleh flatters himself, for with his hand the "alqaida" trained militants in the south of Yemen and the "Muslim brothers" entered Syria with his patronage. A weak politician is justified here is how this dialogue can be characterized.
  8. Krapovy32
    Krapovy32 April 1 2013 22: 19 New
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    And these fanatics have really gained strength. And this problem, as if to us, has not been backfired by new military operations. The world is going crazy.