The prisoners ' committee reveals the fate of 235 abductees and prisoners, including Qahtan and Rajab

The prisoners ' committee reveals the fate of 235 abductees and prisoners, including Qahtan and Rajab


The member of the Committee of Prisoners from the government side Yahya Jasser said that the meeting of the Committee formed by the Government and the Houthis held in Amman, Jordan, under the supervision of the United Nations, revealed the fate of 235 abductees and prisoners including the politicians  Mohamed Qahtan and General Faisal Rajab.

According to press reports, the 235 prisoners were unaccounted for, and the Houthis refrained from providing any information about them, especially the leader of the Islah party, Mohamed Qahtan, and Rajab.

Jasser did not provide details of the whereabouts of Qahtan and Rajab.

He noted that on Tuesday, the Houthis provided information on the captives fate and abductees and that after 10 days, the location of the handover and receipt of the captives and abductees from both sides would be agreed upon by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC).

Jasser said that yesterday's meeting was for the bodies committee.

He confirmed that the meeting discussed the delivery and receipt of the bodies still in the hands of the parties, and the mechanism of working to recover the bodies was discussed, while the Chairman of the Bodies committee, Brigadier Hamoud Ismail, noted the difficulty of recovering bodies from some places.

These efforts need cooperation from all sides, Ismail said.


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