The Government Negotiating Team and Houthi militia agreed in the end of the negotiation round on the file of detained, prisoners and kidnapped on Monday in Bern city, Switzerland on releasing more than 887 prisoners and kidnapped people.
The agreement, which was sponsored by the United Nations and the International Committee for the Red Cross is a first phase to be followed by others until releasing all prisoners and kidnaped on the bases of all for all.
Deputy Minister of Human Rights, who is the Member of the Negotiating Team, Majed Fadhael state to Saba that the negotiations round, which started on this March, 11 and was concluded today reached an agreement included more than 887 prisoners and kidnapped people including General Nasser Mansour Hadi and General Mahmoud Assubaihi and a number of sons of Member of the Presidential Leadership Member Tarek Saleh and former Vice President Alim Mohsen Saleh.
The meeting included also releasing the four journalists, who were sentenced to death by Houthi militia, and a number of military leaders, civilians, dozens of sentenced prisoners and a number of prisoners of the Arab Coalition, said Fadhael.
He confirmed keenness of the government on releasing all kidnapped and prisoners on the bases of all for all to ensure ending their suffering and integrating them with their families.
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