The Government provides a roadmap for the release of the captives and the Houthis appear willing to release some

The Government provides a roadmap for the release of the captives and the Houthis appear willing to release some


The head of the government delegation to the Prisoners ' committee, Hadi Haig, said they presented a roadmap for the release of the captives, while the al-Houthi group announced its willingness to release 10 percent of the government's prisoners.

This came during meetings between representatives of the parties to the conflict in the Committee for the release of prisoners, since last Monday, in Amman, Jordan, with the participation of representatives from the United Nations and the International Committee of the Red Cross.

Haig said in a tweet on his Twitter page that they had presented the names of the prisoners to the United Nations representatives in the Office of the UN envoy to Yemen and the Red Cross.

On the one hand, the head of the al-Houthi representative in the Commission, Abdelkader Mourtada, said that the total prisoner exchange file was becoming more complex and that they had informed the United Nations of their willingness to make a relative exchange.

Al-Murtada, quoted by the al-Houthi channel, told the government to block the implementation of the prisoner swap agreement on the basis of all for all and therefore declared his group ready to release 10% of the prisoners of government forces.

"The other party has not responded to our proposal on the partial exchange until the moment, and we are still in intensive meetings," he said.

On Wednesday, their representatives at the Commission for the exchange of corpses had met with representatives of the Red Cross, and ideas were still under discussion.


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