Joint Forces Command of Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen rubbishes terrorist Houthi militia’s claims

Joint Forces Command of Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen rubbishes terrorist Houthi militia's claims

The official spokesman of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen COL Turki Al-Malki said that the terrorist Houthi militia’s allegations regarding the Kingdom’s deportation of (800) people of Somali nationality to Yemen is baseless and unfounded.”

In a statement issued today, he added “What was published by the terrorist Houthi militia that the Kingdom has deported (800) people of Somali nationality to Yemen through (Al Jawf) governorate is baseless and unfounded.”

Col Al-Malki said “These allegations are a continuation of the inhumane actions taken by the terrorist Houthi militia against African countries’ migrants to Yemen.”

He noted that the “terrorist Houthi militia has forcefully displaced and deported over (8000) African countries’ migrants from Yemen and pushed them toward the Kingdom at gunpoint, among them were children and women, in an attempt to exploit the international situation of the Coronavirus pandemic, disrupt border security and incite INGOs.”

The official spokesman stressed that “the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has handled these cases humanely, and provided all necessary services such as medicine, subsistence and shelter.”