Release of Two Saudi soldiers kidnapped about two weeks ago in al-Jawf

Release of Two Saudi soldiers kidnapped about two weeks ago in al-Jawf


A military source told "Al-Masdar online" that a tribal mediation was able today to release two Saudi soldiers abducted by tribal gunmen in al-Jawf province, northeast Yemen.

On Tuesday, two Saudi soldiers and six Yemeni soldiers, who were coming from the region to the city of al-Hazm, the capital of al-Jawf province, were kidnapped by "Bani Nouf" tribes and demanded the release of two detainees in exchange for the release of the kidnapped.

The release of the kidnapped was carried out through tribal mediation led by sheikhs from al-Jawf province after Saudi joint forces commander Prince Fahd bin Turki sent his delegates to accompany the mediation, which led the efforts between the two sides, the source said.

According to the source, the Committee met Beni Nouf tribe and sent a tribal mediation that met the "Mubarak Saqyan " The kidnapping leader, who asked to meet the delegates of "Ben Turki ", which resulted in kidnapped extradition.

According to the source, the Committee committed itself to the immediate release of the prisoners of Beni Nouf, and to cooperate in resolving all their cases directly with the "Ben Turki" without a local mediator.

The sources confirmed to "Al-Masdar online" The arrival of the two Saudi soldiers this afternoon, to the joint operations room, while the sources did not provide any information on the fate of six Yemeni soldiers abducted in the same incident.


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