Sana'a: Aggression thwarted all efforts of the United Nations to make the prisoner exchange agreement a success

17 September, 2022
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Sana'a: Aggression thwarted all efforts of the United Nations to make the prisoner exchange agreement a success

"The mercenaries of aggression have thwarted all efforts made by the United Nations for the success of the agreement on the prisoners, the last of which was a round of negotiations a month ago in the Jordanian capital," said the head of the prisoners' committee in the Sanaa government, Abdul Qader Al-Murtada, today, Saturday,


Al-Murtada told Saba that "despite the fact that we signed an agreement with the forces of aggression and their mercenaries in March, which provides for an exchange of more than 2,200 prisoners from both sides, the intransigence of the mercenaries of aggression prevented them from implementing it."


"The file of prisoners has witnessed a complete stagnation at the local and international levels since the beginning of the international truce," adding that "the mercenaries of aggression, in addition to their failure to implement the UN agreement, stopped all exchanges that were agreed upon locally," commenting: "We hoped that the truce period would witness a complete breakthrough." For this humanitarian file,” he pointed out.


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