Abductees’ Mothers Association met up with Sweden’s Special Envoy for Yemen, Peter Semneby, in Marib. During the meeting, the association’s representative, Sabah Humaid, expressed the suffering of abductees in prisons, and the struggle of the released ones.
Humaid spoke of the violations against abductees in prisons, which included; torture, starvation, visit deprivation, and forced disappearance. Additionally, she highlighted the struggle of the released abductees who had been exiled to Marib governorate. The displaced families of former abductees have been victims of targeting refugee camps by Houthi missiles, which led to another journey of displacement.
Sweden’s Special Envoy, Peter Semneby, praised the efforts of Abductees’ Mothers Association regarding the case of abductees and arbitrarily detained and forcibly disappeared persons. He promised to deliver the association’s message to the international community.