UNESCO Director-General Irina Bokova announced on Friday that a new emergency plan was set to rescue the Yemeni heritage after two-day meeting in Paris.
The new plan suggests mechanism to address dangers threatening heritage in Yemen.
Bokova urged the international community for concerted efforts to maintain security and safety of historic sites and museums in Yemen.
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