Things to Know about Yemen

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The Republic of Yemen (ٱلْجُمْهُورِيَّة ٱلْيَمَنِيَّة‎) is also known as Yemen is the second-largest Arab sovereign state in the peninsula. It is a Muslim state. Many of these people live in this country. The population of the country is very low because the use of the country's half part is ineligible. The high mountain has separated Yemen's coastal plain from the internal desert in the interior.

In 1990, Yemen's Arab Republic of the Arab Republic (North Yemen) and the People's Republic of Yemen (South Yemen) were constituted in the modern Republic of Yemen. The name of the capital is Sanaa it’s advanced and biggest city in the country. North and north-east of the country, Saudi Arabia and east Oman are located in the east of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Eden in the south. Umanda and Saudi Arabia are the neighboring state of the country. A little difficult reason to live in Yemen is a lot of poor in the country. However, the country has now developed a lot.

Economy and Politics

In ancient times, the country was poor and neglected. However, the discovery of mineral oil here at the end of the twentieth century has the potential to improve Yemen's economy and people's living standards. The country's main source is now mineral resources. The country is rich in mineral oil. It has greatly improved the economy.

The country has a total GDP of 19.4 billion and a per capita income of $900, ranking 182nd in the world. The country's currency is the Yemeni rial. The country has many ancient civilizations. Many tourists come to see them. There is a lot of income from this trip. Which has taken their economy much further.

Yemen's politics take place in a presidential-represented representative democratic republic. The head of state is the president. He controls the main affairs of the state. The President elects the Prime Minister. The Prime Minister does all the work in the cabinet and controls the country. In Yemen, the two parties do politics: the government and the opposition. The judiciary is theoretically independent of the executive and the legislature.


The population of this country is very low. More than half of the country is desert. The total area of the country is 5, 26, 98 sq. km. The total population is 23, 83,000. The population is 107.6 people per square kilometer. Most people in the country speak Arabic. Those who live near Uman and Saudi Arabia also speak Arabic. But in recent years, the Somali language has become prevalent among the Somali immigrant community in the Red Sea coastal areas from Somalia.

Nature and Culture

Nature is very beautiful in Yemen but it becomes very rough in summer. The country has many mountain ranges. Yemen has two large islands so the size of the country is very large. Many rivers flow in the country but the rivers dry up in summer. The country also has deserts in many places. Most of the country is Muslim nation. Their main festival is Eid. There are ancient civilizations.