The first day meeting of the prisoners Committee in Amman ends without any progress

The first day meeting of the prisoners Committee in Amman  ends without any progress


The first day of the agenda of the meeting of the Prisoners ' committee, held in Amman, Jordan, ended on Wednesday without any progress, while the parties to the conflict in Yemen were due to meet to begin the process of releasing prisoners.

The Swedish agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthis agreed that the prisoners would be released on Jan. 19th  this month, next Saturday, but new obstacles appear to have arisen in the implementation of the agreement.

The meeting, which was held yesterday with the UN envoy to Yemen in Mueen  Shuraim and his team, was discussed on the lists (Names of prisoners) presented by the government team and its seriousness, said the committee official in the government delegation, Hadi Haig.

He noted that the discussions have been fruitful.

Haig said the committee is scheduled to hold a meeting on Thursday with the Houthis to discuss the prisoners ' file, and ways and mechanisms to implement the Agreement, which provided for the release of all prisoners, abductees and forcibly hidden persons from both sides, who are more than 16,000.


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