Because of previous mistakes made by Ambassador Marm.. A group of senior Yemeni officials arrested at Cairo airport

Because of previous mistakes made by Ambassador Marm.. A group of senior Yemeni officials arrested at Cairo airport


A group of senior Yemeni officials was arrested for several hours at Cairo airport late Thursday night before to be allowed to enter.

According to a government source, a group of senior officials arrived in Cairo airport late Thursday evening from Riyadh, including Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Ali al-Shadadi, Ahmed Obaid bin Daghar, former prime minister, Hafez Muaiad chairman of the Economic Commission and a number of officials and members of the House of Representatives, Arrested for several hours before being allowed to enter.

This problem is repeated at Cairo airport with Yemeni officials and holders of diplomatic and private passports, for several months, where their entry is delayed in order to verify the authenticity of the data on passports.

The government source said that these obstacles came due to the poor performance of the embassy and the lack of awareness of the Yemeni ambassador in Cairo for his mission, and pointed out that Ambassador Marem earlier sent a memo to the Egyptian authorities not to deal with holders of diplomatic and private passports issued from Sanaa before 2015 and further complicate the problem The error in the number of passports issued by the letter to the Egyptian authorities and asked not to deal with them.

According to the source, this procedure has made all Yemeni diplomatic and private passports subject to scrutiny and the procedure takes longer when arrivals are outside the official working hours.

Cairo has been one of the most important therapeutic destinations for Yemenis, and is intended by thousands of students and tourists, but recently it was an option for tens of thousands of Yemeni families seeking a safe place to live and in the last four years received nearly half a million Yemenis due to the conditions of war in Yemen .


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