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[22/02/2021 01:16]
ADEN-SABA
Deputy Minister of Human Rights Majed Fadhael has said Houthi terrorist, rebel militia has created many excuses and justifications to fail recent negotiations on exchanging prisoners and kidnapped people.

In a statement to Saba on Monday, Fadhael made it clear that the negotiations round was held for implementing part (b) of Amman Agreement (3) which stipulates on exchanging 301 prisoners from the two parties, including one of the four senior officials.

Before any talk about reversing US designation of Houthi militia as terrorist group, we presented a list of 136 prisoners and Houthis accepted 63 of them and it was good indicator for us for seriousness and faced this act with similar one, said Fadhael, who is a leading member of the government's negotiations team.

" But when the talk about reversing the US designation started and when Houthi aggression began on Marib, we presented to him (Houthis) three lists in different times, every list contains 300 prisoners but Houthis have not accepted any list, which reflected clear change in their position and stubbornness and insistence on failing the talks," he added.

He explained that insistence on failing this round of negotiations by Houthis had many forms, including demands of names we do not know them, suspending talks for a week preconditioning bringing the so-called Hashim, who gives himself the title of the Governor of the Central Bank of Yemen and others, sometimes they refuse to release journalists or kidnapped civilians, patients and aged and insist to relinquish Amman Agreement (3).

He pointed out that Houthis were saying that they did not want success to the negotiations because they want to enter Marib by force and release their prisoners.

He called upon the international organizations and UN envoy's office and the United Nations to exert pressure on Houthi militia to treat prisoners and kidnapped humanely.

He renewed call to journalists to stand with their colleagues who are suffering in Houthi detention cells and were held as human shields to the militia.


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