Security frees 47 Saudi-paid collaborators in Amran

AMRAN, April 30 (Saba) – The Yemeni security forces on Tuesday released 47 mercenaries backed by Saudi-led aggression coalition in Amran province, a security official told Saba.

During the arrest operation, Amran governor Faisal Jaman said the move came to carry out the directives of the revolutionary leader Abdulmalik al-Houthi and enhancing the internal front in confronting the aggression.

The freed men appreciated the amnesty’s decision and stressed that they will be along with the Yemeni army and popular forces to defend Yemen against the Saudi aggression.

Ali Ahsan

 

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