Solving Yemen's Problems in Two Hours With Time Left Over for Tea

Yemen (Hat tip: David Stringer)

Sir Patrick Cormack:
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what arrangements have been made for the conference on Yemen which he recently announced. [310932]

Mr. Ivan Lewis: The meeting on Yemen which my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister announced will take place on 27 January 2010, and is likely to last for around two hours. It will be principally at Foreign Minister level.

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