Six abductees died under torture in Houthi jails, and "36" new kidnappings since Sweden's agreement

Six abductees died  under torture in Houthi jails, and "36" new kidnappings since Sweden's agreement


The Association of Mothers of abductees has said it has monitored the deaths of six abductees under torture in Houthi prisons since the signing of the Sweden agreement last month.

In a statement released Monday morning at the end of a protest organized by the association before the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Sana'a, the Association of Mothers of Abductees denounced the continued violations against the kidnapped and forcibly hidden in the prisons of the al-Houthi group.

According to the association, al-Houthi has abducted 36 citizens in its areas of control since the signing of the last agreement, which included the approval of the release of abductees and prisoners from both sides, and noted that the group continue " its comic trials against the kidnapped, prevent visits and prevent the introduction of food and drink and medicines for them, and deprive them of exposure to the sun in their prisons in Sana’a “.

According to the statement, the Houthis deliberately neglect the abductees with the spread of TB in their jails and continue to conceal scores, stressing that all these violations come without regard to the moral and legal value of the Sweden agreement.

The statement called on the United Nations, which is empowered to protect human rights in the world and is the sponsor of the implementation of the Agreement of Sweden and guarantor of it by pressuring the al-Houthi group to stop these violations, and to impose its protection for the abductees until the completion of the agreement and its implementation in order to achieve the freedom and safety of abductees and forcibly hidden persons.


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