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Houthi militia kidnaps 3 engineers of Safer Oil Co.
[06/01/2021 03:14]

Iran-backed Houthi theocratic militia has kidnapped three engineers work for Safer Company for Oil Exploration and Production, moved them into unknown places.

The Safer Oil Co. issued on Wednesday a statement learned by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) reported that Houghi militia gunmen stopped the bus carrying the Safer Oil Co. staff and abducted the two engineers Ameen al-Maqtari and Jabr al-Adashi while they were travelling from Sana'a to do their job in the gas-fields in Marib governorate.

The two engineers were subjected to oral insults, their eyes covered and moved to unknown places.

Another group of the militiamen kidnapped the engineer Mohammed Fowad from his house in Sana'a.

The Safer Oil Co. held Houthi militia accountable for the engineers safety, calling on the interest national and international organizations to intervene to release the engineers, condemn such criminal acts.

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