Saudi-led coalition to release 200 Houthis prisoners, reopen Sana’a airport for patients

Saudi-led coalition to release 200 Houthis prisoners, reopen Sana’a airport for patients

Alsahwa Net- The Saudi-led coalition declared on Tuesday its intention to release 200 Houthis prisoners and reopen Sana’a Airport for patients’ flights, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said.

The SPA quoted Turki Al-Malki, spokesman of the Saudi-led coalition saying that the step is part of the “Coalition Command’s continuous efforts to support crisis resolution in Yemen”.

He added that the step is to boost further implementation of the “Stockholm Agreement including exchange of prisoners, establish a favorable environment to overcome any disputes relating to prisoner exchange, which is first and foremost a humanitarian issue.”

Al-Malki indicated that the decision is also part of of coalition’s efforts to enhance the humanitarian situation.

The coalition will recommence flights from Sana’a Airport  in cooperation with the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) to “carry people in need of healthcare to countries in which they can receive medical care suitable for their cases,” said Al-Malki.

القائمة البريدية

أشترك معنا في القائمة البريدية لتصلك كل الاخبار التي تنشرها الصحوة نت

تواصل معنا

الجمهورية اليمنية

info@alsahwa-yemen.net

الصحوة نت © 2018 م

الى الأعلى