Yemeni recruits at Saudi border are victims of inhumane transactions: Hadi’s gov’t.

The former head of the moral guidance department in the legitimacy army, Mohsen Khorsrouf, confirmed on Monday that the Yemeni recruits who were attacked by the Saudi forces in Midi border region with the Kingdom due to their demand to pay their salaries are soldiers within the formations of the seventh region of the National Army of legitimacy.

Khusrouf revealed, in an interview with Balqis Channel about Saudi violations against Yemeni recruits in the southern border, that the Yemeni recruits to defend the kingdom are divided into two categories, the first being official recruits, into the ranks of the Legitimacy Army, while the other were those recruited by Saudi Arabia directly through what he called “the influential and brokers.” ”

Khusrouf asserted that the legitimate government is directly responsible for the safety of recruits from both groups and to ensure their protection from inhuman violations, because they primarily being Yemeni citizens.

Khusrouf indicated that what happened recently in the southern border to Yemeni recruits with live bullets due to their demand to pay their salaries that had been suspended for more than ten months, indicating that the salaries of many areas and axes of the Legitimacy Army are also suspended.

Kharouf described the Yemeni recruits at the southern border as victims of inhumane transactions, saying, “Many of those recruits being exploited due to their difficult living conditions, to push them to defend on the Saudi border.”

Khusrouf pointed out that most of the recruits who were recruited by Saudi Arabia directly came from the provinces of Taiz and Ibb, pointing that most of them do not return to the homeland and their families and relatives are forced to go to Saudi Arabia to bury them after they had lost their lives the battles.

Saudi forces directed bullets on Yemeni recruits at the southern border because they demand their salaries and allowing them to return to homeland.

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