Syrian vice president leaves Sana’a

SANA’A, Mar 21 (Saba)- The Syrian vice president Farouk al-Shara left Sana’a on Wednesday after a two-day visit in which he handed over a letter to President Ali Abdullah Saleh from Syrian president Bashar al-Asad dealing with coordinating the situations before the Arab summit holding in Riyadh. In statement to Saba, the Syrian official described the visit as fruitful and successful. The two countries viewpoints were identical over all issues we discussed such as updating the form of joint Arab work, as well as supporting the relations among Arab leaders, especially in the current events and challenges that passed by the Arab nation aiming to get real solutions serving the Arab common interests, he said. TD/AM SABA