Security source: Coalition-sponsored agreement to hand over military police and special security buildings in Abyan to its former leadership

Security source: Coalition-sponsored agreement to hand over military police and special security buildings in Abyan to its former leadership


A security source told "Al-Masdar Online" that the commander of the military police in Abyan province, Brig. Gen. Yusuf al-Aqel, took over the building of his forces, which fell to forces loyal to the Southern Transitional Council last week, following an agreement supported by the Saudi-led coalition, to hand over the positions of government forces in Abyan to its previous leadership.

The source said that the governor of Abyan, the commanders of the military police and special security and the commander of the security belt forces in the province, held a meeting with leaders of the Arab coalition at the headquarters of the coalition forces in the directorate of Al-Buraiqa, west of Aden, including an agreement to establish a cease-fire and prevent any military deployment and return the former forces to its locations.

According to the source, military police force commander Yusuf al-Aqel took over the military police building in al-Kud area after the agreement was concluded, while the Special security building is still under the control of the security belt forces, with arrangements being made with the coalition to hand it over to his former command.

Abyan Provincial Security Director Brig. Gen. Ali al-Dheb al-Kazmi said in a statement obtained by Al-Masdar online that an agreement had been reached to hand over the positions of military police and Special security to their former commanders, but spoke of a two-week deadline to rearrange the status of special forces and hand him over to former commander Colonel Mohammed Al-Oban.


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