Indonesia–Yemen relations

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Indonesian–Yemenite relations
Map indicating locations of Indonesia and Yemen



Indonesia–Yemen relations are current and historical bilateral relations between Indonesia and Yemen. Indonesia and Yemen shared similarity as the Muslim majority countries, Indonesia is the most populous Muslim country in the world, while Yemen also a Muslim majority nation. Indonesia has an embassy in Sana'a,[1] while Yemen has an embassy in Jakarta.[2] Both the countries have many cultural proximities and similar view on international issues and these nations are members of the Non-Aligned Movement and Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC).


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  1. ^ "Embassy of Yemen in Jakarta". Embassy Vietnam. 
  2. ^ "Embassy of Indonesia in Sana'a". Embassy Vietnam. 

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