The Yemeni government: Iran's arm deals selectively with the prisoners' fileEnglish - السبت 18 مارس 2023 الساعة 08:28 م
A government official confirmed that the Houthi militia, the Iranian arm in Yemen, deals selectively with the file of prisoners and abductees, stressing the need to return to the text of the "Stockholm" agreement in this regard.
Hadi Haig, head of the Yemeni government's Prisoners and Detainees Foundation, said: "The partial and selective negotiation that Houthi uses for a specific group, and its refusal to Qahtan, journalists, academics, the forcibly disappeared, and others, exacerbated their suffering and their families."
Haig added, in a tweet on his Twitter account: "Our position is clear: all for all, and there is no solution to this file except by returning to the text of the agreement signed in Stockholm."
He stressed the need to deal with humanity, given that the file is humanitarian.
And last week, the Yemeni government and the Houthi militia began a new round of negotiations on the file of prisoners and abductees, in Geneva, under the auspices of the United Nations. everyone".