NAIROBI - SABA
Deputy Head of the Yemeni Authority for Migration, Passport and Nationality Abduljabbar Salim has confirmed that Yemen, since Houthi militia's coup against the state, has become facing dangers of networks of human trafficking increasingly.
These networks made Yemen a transit point for them with facilitations from leaders of Houthi coup, who became big smugglers and human traffickers through utilizing refugees from the Horn of Africa and recruiting them forcibly in their war against Yemeni people and trafficking big numbers of them into Saudi Arabia, said Salim in Yemen's speech he delivered in the meeting of heads of migration, passports and nationality authorities of the Horn of Africa and South Africa.
He confirmed that the government of Yemen exerts great efforts, despite exceptional conditions in Yemen over the war, to face these gangs (human traffickers,) a matter requires integrating efforts of all for coordination, cooperation and exchanging expertise and information for fighting trafficking and money laundering.
The security of Yemen is inseparable part of the security and stability of the countries of the Horn of Africa as an issue passing borders, said Salim.
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