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Yemeni journalists break deadlock explore Kuwait's attractions
Yemeni journalists attending peace consultations have failed to report positive progress in Kuwait-hosted talks, but decided to break this deadlock by exploring Kuwait, a country they only heard of but never seen.
 
"Being here to cover the intra-Yemeni talks, is a great chance to explore Kuwait's attractions," Yemeni Journalist Abdulkarim Al-Washli told KUNA.
 
He pointed out that he has visited the headquarters of the leading Arab monthly magazine, Al-Arabi, and the museum of Bait Al-Othman.
 
"Bait Al-Othman embodies the historic roots of Kuwait," he said.
 
Al-Washli noted that he and a number of his colleagues have also visited and enjoyed Kuwaiti beaches.
 
He expressed admiration of the urban and civilizational progress and development in Kuwait in various domains over the past few days.
 
"We are here in the land of goodness, originality, the crossroad of cultures and center of humanitarian work and intellectual development are closely watching that nascent nation moving towards the future with confidence," he told KUNA.
 
He voiced gratitude for Kuwait's unforgettable supportive stances towards Arab causes, particularly Kuwait's backing to Yemen in times of distress.
 
For his part, Yemeni News Agency (SABA) reporter Abdullah Hezam noted that he has been surprised by Kuwaiti women's significant presence in different domains in the society. In his regard, he lauded the role of Kuwaiti female journalists in covering the marathon Yemeni talks.
 
"I was also taken by the highly-civilized behavior of Kuwaiti people," Hezam told KUNA.
 
He pointed out that he and several other Yemeni reporters have visited Kuwait's House of National Works.
 
Hezam expressed admiration of the extreme precision of art master pieces, particularly those which document the Iraqi invasion and aggression of Kuwait.
 
Meanwhile, Editor-in-chief of the Yemen Today daily's Ahmad Al-Hassan said that he has visited Al-Mubarakiya market.
 
"I have witnessed various incidents which reflected the greatness of Kuwait and its people," he told KUNA.
 
He lauded the smoothness of the unique relations between Kuwaiti rulers and people as well as Kuwaitis and expats.
 
"It is clear that these relations are based on mutual respect," he said. 
 
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