14 prisoners of the army , popular committees freed in new exchanges
16 of the seducers were , in Sana’a on Thursday, released and detained by the army and popular committees for suspicious activities linked to the aggression
The Deputy Director of the Military Intelligence Service Brig. Gen. Hussein Hashim, during the release in the presence of a number of military commanders, explained that those released were registered in the prisoner exchange statements and were detained on the basis of intelligence for engaging in suspicious activities that serve the aggression.
The humanitarian and moral treatment of the army and popular committees, whether with prisoners or arrested, is an authentic trend that the revolutionary, political and military leadership is keen on in accordance with the basic values and principles of the Yemeni people, he pointed out.