Saudi Arabia arrests 15 mercenary commanders under suspicion of cooperation with Sana’a government

Saudi Arabia arrests 15 mercenary commanders under suspicion of cooperation with Sana’a government

Saudi Arabia has on Monday evening arrested about 15 senior leaders and officers loyal to the Hadi puppet government in Ma’rib province, and deported them to its prisons in the Sharorah region.

Sources told Yemen Press Agency that the Saudi Commission of Inquiry, which arrived yesterday,to the city of Ma’rib to investigate the missile attack that hit Tadawin, accused these commanders of being complicit in the attack.

The commission said that the mercenary leaders had sent coordination about the movement of its forces in Ma’rib to the military intelligence services of the National Salvation Government in Sana’a.

The sources explained that the investigation committee arrested eight commanders of the military battalions along with six officers, and investigated dozens of other officers and commanders.

On Monday morning, a Saudi intelligence team arrived to probe the missile attack on the joint operations room in Tadawin Camp, in which 15 Saudi troops were killed and wounded, including high-ranking commanders.

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