SANAA, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman of the National Committee for Refugees Hussein al-Ezzi met on Monday with the Resident Representative of the International Organization for Migration in our country, David Derthick.

During the meeting, they discussed the work of the organization and its efforts, particularly in relation to the issues of illegal immigration and the continued influx of African migrants illegally.

The meeting touched on aspects related to enhancing coordination in the operations of repatriating illegal immigrants, especially in light of the economic and security challenges posed by the aggression against Yemen.

During the meeting, the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs urged the organization to focus its efforts on serious and accurate follow-up of crimes against human trafficking and the smuggling of some Yemeni groups to neighboring countries, especially children, which expose them to the most horrendous forms of exploitation, in violation of divine laws and international laws.

He stressed the importance of enhancing coordination and efforts to repatriate illegal immigrants, stressing at the same time the readiness of the national authorities to provide all aspects of support and facilities for the organization to contribute to the success of its tasks.

In turn, Derthick stressed the commitment of the Office of the Organization of Migration in full coordination and cooperation with the National Committee for Refugees, and to ensure the performance of its functions in line with national regulations and laws to contribute to provide the highest ceiling of services and assistance to Yemeni citizens.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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