Trading your AK-47 for a wrench,an oil can and a rag
Or perhaps they can be refinery workers on the first shift and riflemen on thr graveyard shift.
Yemen, Turkey Sign Deals to Deepen Ties; Yemen Urges on Crude Output Increase
Yemen Post Staff
Yemen and Turkey signed on Saturday several deals at the end of the sixth session of the joint committee on trade, economic and technical cooperation.
The deals covered areas such as education, sports and arts, civil aviation services, housing and media. They were signed by Yemen's minister for industry and trade Saadadeen Bin Talib and Turkey's deputy prime minister for economic affairs Bulent Arinc.
The two officials said the sixth round of the joint committee was productive and represented a good chance to find ways to forge the bilateral cooperation between the two countries. Earlir, Arinc said the bilateral trade between his country and Yemen increased from about $56 million in 2003 to more than $300 million in 2011. "The increased bilateral trade reflected the strong desire of both countries to push ahead their cooperation in all areas," he said.
Separately, Yemen's oil minister, Ahmed Daris, met with executives from oil companies operating in the country and urged them to expand their operations with a focus on increasing crude outputs, the official agency Saba reported.
Daris also recalled on the oil firms to use associated gas in generating electricity for local commuities.
Furthermore, he said the Yemeni government is giving priority to Yemenizing jobs at the oil firms and that the oil and minerals ministry will observe translating this trend into reality, according to Saba.