Yemen receives 14 “wanted” Saudis [Archives:2004/736/Local News]

May 10 2004

Official sources reported last Thursday that Yemen would receive 14 Yemen citizens wanted by justice on various security related charges, but the sources did not elaborate on the date to hand over the suspects and whether they are connected to terror activities which took place in Yemen.
This came following the visit of Saudi Prince Mohamed Bin Naif Bin Abdul Aziz, Assistant Minister of Interior for Security Affairs, who visited Yemen last Wednesday and was received by President Saleh.
Press reports mentioned that the Saudi Prince discussed the possibility of the collaboration of Yemen in the search of three wanted suspects, accused of committing terror activities recently inside Saudi, who may have fled to Yemen.
The two countries at an earlier time exchanged a number of wanted elements including some accused in the bombing of French Oil Carrier, “Limburg” off the shores of Al-Mukalla Port, Hadhramout Governorate in 2002.