He explained that we still have Saudi and Sudanese prisoners, and there are still prisoners from the army and the popular committees in Saudi prisons who were captured on the fronts or sold to Saudi Arabia.
"The prisoner issue with Saudi Arabia is still valid, indicating that the UN is in the process of determining the location of a next round of negotiations on the prisoner issue in mid-May," he said.
Sana'a, received in an official and popular ceremony at Sana'a International Airport, 350 of its freed prisoners, most of whom were in Saudi prisons.
Five planes arrived from Saudi Arabia and the occupied Mokha, carrying 350 prisoners of Yemen's armed forces, including 250 prisoners who were in Saudi prisons, and in return, Sana'a released Saudi prisoners and Sudanese mercenaries.
On March 20, Al-Murtadha announced that an agreement had been reached to swap 706 of Yemeni prisoners in prisons of the US-Saudi aggression, in exchange for 181 prisoners of the aggression, including Saudis and Sudanese.
The implementation of the deal was scheduled to start on the 19th of Ramadan, and it was delayed until the 23rd of Ramadan, due to the claim of the Saudi-backed parties in Marib that it was not ready.
On Saturday, Al-Murtadha confirmed that the ICRC had informed the committee of postponing the implementation of the exchange deal due to the lack of readiness of the Saudi-backed parties in Marib.
He explained in a tweet that "what is happening is a clear obstruction of the agreement and a renunciation of commitment, calling on the United Nations to pressure the parties to the aggression to stop these irresponsible and inhumane practices."
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