Djibouti (HAN) April 17, 2015 – Public Diplomacy, Regional humanitarian Security News. American citizen and diaspora refugees trapped in Yemen.
American staff Fleeing Yemen Arrive in Djibouti: An extraordinary U.S. Ambassador Tom Kelly Greeted each and every American citizen arrived in Djibouti.
American citizens who fled Yemen docked at the Djibouti Port, the largest American evacuees from Yemen to arrive in Djibouti, according to the U.S. Embassy
According to Geeska Afrika Online Staff in Djibouti, American citizens in Djibouti delighted his extra ordinary services to help American citizens docked at the Djibouti Port.
American families who fled Yemen arrive in Djibouti, April 16, 2015, following a 16-hour journey.
Americans made their way down the gang plank first, handed a bottle of water as they turned in their passports to immigration and U.S. Ambassador Tom Kelly and his staff greeted each and every American citizen off the boat.
Photo: Ambassador Tom Kelly, U.S. Embassy Djibouti
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