7 Pakistani fishermen return dwelling after 10-year detention in Yemen

Seven Pakistani fishermen who had been detained by authorities in Yemen for over a decade will likely be returning to Pakistan tonight.
The fishermen who hail from Balochistan and Sindh’s coastal areas had crossed worldwide water boundaries 10 years in the past and had been taken into custody by authorities in Yemen.
The Worldwide Committee of the Pink Cross (ICRC) mentioned the fishermen had been held at Sanaa Central Jail and had been launched because of collaboration between the ICRC and the Ministry of International Affairs (MOFA).
The fishermen will arrive at Islamabad’s Benazir Bhutto Worldwide Airport after midnight and reunite with their households after a decade away from dwelling, the ICRC mentioned, including that Pink Cross and MOFA officers can even be current on the airport to obtain the fishermen.
A press convention will likely be held Saturday afternoon on the ICRC workplace in Islamabad the place the repatriated Pakistani fishermen, together with their households, will communicate to journalists.
 

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