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AmbassadorM. Gilles GAUTHIER
AddressOff Khartoum street, corner streets 2/21
Sana'a
Yemen
PostalPO Box 1286
Phonelocal: (01) 268.882
international: +967.1.268.882
Faxlocal: (01) 269.060
international: +967.1.269.060
Web sitehttp://www.ambafrance-ye.org

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Yemeni Anger
Tue, 17 May 2011 20:27 EDT
Peaceful Youth Yemeni Revolution & Yemeni Dictator Crimes Against Humanity
Dear Ambassador of French Republic; the country we all LOVE,

Kindly, give your attention to the crimes against humanity of the Yemeni Dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh.

Please, give me 5 minutes of your valuable time to visit my page about these crimes in Yemen on the Facebook at this address:

https://www.facebook.com/yemencrimes

Kindly, look at the photo albums and videos.

Don't forget to look at this video as an example:

12 years Yemeni child fired by Yemeni Dictator Private Forces!
https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=131696223571124

Thank you very much,
Sincerely yours,
Yemeni Youth
lostyemen@gmail.com
Gamal A. S
Sat, 14 May 2011 09:30 EDT
Umbrella of corruption
Dear the EMbassador ,
Your Excellency

I am one of the Yemeni people who cares greatly about the current situation in the YEMEN... In this respect and after having been informed that you are personally trying to intermediate between the parties involve on this issue together with the European Ambassadors in order to find a workable plan to solve the current problems, I would like to inform your Excellency that Saleh followers are trying to mislead the European commissioners. For example, What Dr. Abdulaziz ALMEKHLAFI mentioned is wrong . he talked about violence and there is no violence at all. As you may have noticed , we are conducting a peaceful revolution against corruption. The youth are protesting with white flowers in their hands. With due respect to Dr ALMEKHLAFI , I know him well . he is under the umbrella of corruption in Yemen along with his illegal business. Such people don’t care about the noble benefit of Yemen but they are seeking their won small benefits. Also , please note the Dr ALMEKHLAFI became a family member of Saleh ( after the Marriage of his daughter to Mr. Tawfeek Saleh nephew of the president)
These are his supporters
Thank you
Gamal A. S
CCYRC
Sat, 14 May 2011 08:50 EDT
Call for Immediate Action to Rescue Peaceful Protesters in Yemen - ACT NOW
The Coordinating Council of the Youth Revolution of Change
http://www.facebook.com/CCYRC

The Coordination Council of the Youth Revolution of Change (CCYRC) calls upon the entire international community, United Nations, European Commission, Arab League, GCC countries, and world human rights and public freedom organizations to stop the irresponsible and barbaric massacres conducted by security and army troops of President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh.

The CCYRC, a coordinating council consisting of the largest youth movements at all Change and Freedom Squares nationwide, is deeply and outrageously concerned about the safety and security of peaceful youth protesters, whose aspire for a better tomorrow in a new Yemen free of terrorism and dictatorship. We simply seek freedom, democracy, equity and a better life.

We urge all freedom and democracy advocates worldwide and also the free citizens of the world to stand by us – the peaceful and freedom-lovers, the youth of Yemen. We request all and each of you to strongly condemn the massacres and bloodshed by President Saleh’s troops.

Saleh, who is in power for 33 years, is looking for any excuse whatsoever to violently attack peaceful protesters, both at sit-in squares and during peaceful demonstrations. The aggressive attacks by central security forces and republic guard troops today on peaceful protesters in Sana’a, Hodeidah, Taiz, and Ibb cities are only examples of how destructive this regime is.

Saleh’s troops’ aggressive assaults on peaceful protesters today in Sana’a and their attempt to disperse the sit-ins at Sana’a and Taiz cities and earlier in Aden by forces brought us examples of bloodthirsty rulers who would kill as many as they can to remain in power. Live ammunitions and poisonous nerve gas are excessively fired at peaceful youth who carried roses instead. Protesters, calling for Saleh’s immediate departure, announced a peaceful march today to the Cabinet Building to stage a sit-in, but the silence of international community makes him launch a war against his own people.

UNICEF announced that more than 37 children were killed between February and April during the civil unrest. Hundreds of children are injured by gunfire and suffocated by chemical and tear gas. Is this acceptable by you, Human Rights guardians?! Hundreds of peaceful and life-lovers are killed and injured during the past three months. The world remains silent. How much blood the world wants to see in Yemen, before it steps in and takes responsible actions?

Aggression seen today in Sana’a and everyday in Yemen nationwide is a clear evidence that Saleh has an agenda to shed blood; create chaos; and drive our country into what he many times refers to as civil war. Your silence allows him to pursue his plans.

The CCYRC calls upon every single human being and institution to stand by the Yemeni youth, rather than supporting the ailing and already falling regime. Your silence grants dictator a green light to kill more people on daily basis.

Please act now and immediately.
Please save the Yemeni children and peaceful youth
Ali alkebsi
Wed, 11 May 2011 06:38 EDT
inquiry
hi, I would like to know the requirement for student visa and how much the fees for the visa.I looking for ward to hearing from you soon..
Regards
Ali Alke
Dr. Abdulaziz ALMEKHLAFI
Thu, 21 Apr 2011 05:37 EDT
YEMEN CRISE
Dear Mr. Ambassador

Your Excellency

I am one of the Yemeni people who cares greatly about the current situation in the YEMEN... In this respect and after having been informed that you are personally trying to intermediate between the parties involve on this issue together with the European Ambassadors in order to find a workable plan to solve the current problems, I would like to express to you my opinion that is also shared by many in Yemen... we are expressing this thought every week with millions of other people, refusing the idea of violent for change...



The movement carried out by the oppositions, supposedly also by the young generation, is day after day showing that it is conducting aggressive approaches in provoking the police and creating an environment that does not support a democratic and peaceful approach... but support rather the creation of attractive situations for the media, by presenting blood and aggression that media is interested to report...



It is clear to see that the miss-order that is being created by these manifestos does not reflect a modern and democratically way of asking for change...



The change is surely a required element to build the future,,, since without change nothing can be carried out... So no one is against changing for the better,,, however without jeopardizing what was already constructed ... and without creating chaos that will allow terrorism and instability to rise causing further problems and set back to the country...



The change should be adopted with respecting the law that all Yemenis have a strong believe in and are very good laws but that need to be administrated and managed in proper way to ensure proper implementation...



Hence no request for change should be adopted in violating the law and the law of order... This is currently not the case, as these manifestation and participants have proved bad intention through provoking all persons including the living persons in the quarters of these manifestation or even during their walks by carrying guns and weapons and calling for peace??... Moreover, they have embarrassed the joining of many of the corrupted well known figures, and have received them to join with their forces... and is this the change that is needed??? these do not represent the majority of people or even the idea/hopes of the people...



Many of us feel the same,,, We need the change to be through organized elections.. and not through violence or ideas of revenge... it has to be in accordance with the law and the order to ensure that it is carried in a proper environment..



Hence there is no other peaceful way but to go for early elections, while the president and his family will not participate, and open the door for other candidates with respect to their qualifications... The question of conditioning these election of having the current president leave, is also NOT in line with the law.... does that mean that the corrupted persons from the opposition must leave as well??? or even any other lobbying groups that are proven to be corrupted??... This condition being requested repeatedly is just not in line with the logic or even with the law, since there are no limit to such claims.....However these elections must move on and the people can decide on their own... but to push out the current government and leadership out of the door just because we want to... and go about taking a revenge instead of a constructive change will just lead no where and to more issues and escalations..



Above is to express some of the feelings of many that do not support an unlawful approach to solve the problem in Yemen,,, we hope that with respect to your level of diplomacy this can be observed and defended to avoid violence in our lovely country and to represent our voices and feelings to support our rising democracy system.. and a peaceful constructive change that will be embraced and defended by the people...



Dr. Abdulaziz Abdulhamid AL MEKHLAFI
Chairman Of TANMIA

E.mail a.abdulaziz@tanmialtd.com

Web: www.tanmialtd.com
Safouat Garadi
Wed, 10 Nov 2010 18:48 EST
for visaa
Dear Officials

I want to visit France in my holidays but i have a djiboution passport and am studant in UST university at the therd yeas of architechtural Engineering.
i want to spend my holidays with My family and my frineds and i have all the Required peapers like Invitation peaper from my aunt and Health insurance and rib bank and Permit from my ankel to Ensure me


Looking for your swift reply.

sanaa -hayil streat
emil: safouat_zaki@hotmail.com
ismail alnoaman
Fri, 22 Oct 2010 13:43 EDT
ialnoaman@yahoo.com (vialla fro rent)
villa for rent in ADEN-JEBEL HADEED AREA
pl advise your email at embassy to send you details/(ismail 00967 734515555+00967 711102499
Muahmmad Idrees Aslam
Thu, 23 Sep 2010 12:56 EDT
Visit Visa
Dear Officials

I want to visit France in my holidays but i have manual passport instead of machine readable along with valid resident visa
of Yemen. Therefore your requested to please advice me can I apply for visit visa on my manual passport.
if you have any inquiry on it you can contact with me.

Looking for your swift reply.

Best Regards
Idrees
idrees_768@hotmail.com
Ashfaqul Wahab
Sun, 22 Aug 2010 07:29 EDT
Consular Service
Dear Sir/Madam,



Would you please inform me time of consular service (visa) of France Embassy, Sana’a and fee and other requirements for airport transit visa?



Best regards.









Interim Assistant Country Director -PS

CARE Yemen

Phone: 967 1 504377 / 243379 / 243628

Cell: 967 736708301

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