Almotamar.net - A meeting held by the local authority of Sana'a province with sheikhs and notables of the district of Arhab reached an agreement with the kidnappers to release the Japanese expert Tak Yu Meshmiu, 63, at nine o'clock on Monday.
The assistant of Sana'a governorate Sheikh Ahmed Abu Munasar has said that the local authority headed by Governor Nouman Dueid held a meeting with sheikhs and notables and social personalities of Arhab area reached the unanimity of the present on the necessity of releasing the kidnapped Japanese on Monday.
Abu Munasar added that the mediation committee reached with the kidnappers to release the Japanese expert on Monday at nine o'clock .am., in return of the sheikhs pledge to follow up the release the prisoner the kidnapers demand his release who is with the security l authority in the capital Sana'a.
Sheikh Abu Munasar has also affirmed that the kidnapped Japanese was still in the area of Arhab and it was assured today through communication with the mediation committee.
Meanwhile, local sources affirmed to almotamar.net that a meeting held by the security committee in the province reached an agreement that any violation on part of the kidnappers concerning the date agreed on , a security campaign would be sent , in cooperation with sheikhs and notables of Arhab , to release the kidnapped by force.
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