The National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs said on Wednesday that the committee conducted a new prisoner exchange with Saudi-led coalition mercenaries in the Dhalea front.
According to chairman of the committee, Abdul Qadir al-Murtadha, at least 15 prisoners of the army and Popular Committees were freed during an exchange deal in Dhalea Front through local mediation.
بعون الله وتوفيقه تم اليوم الأربعاء 24/4/1442 الموافق 9/12/2020
تحرير (15) اسير من أسرى الجيش واللجان الشعبية في عملية تبادل بتفاهمات محلية في جبهة الظالع.
ونسأل الله الفرج لكافة الأسرى.
— عبدالقادر المرتضى (@abdulqadermortd) December 9, 2020
The exchange deal was the second in a week, after the National Committee for Prisoners’ Affairs announced on December 3rd that six prisoners of war had been freed through local mediation in Ma’rib.