Spies working for Turkey, Qatar captured in Yemen, claims Iran source

Iranand’s Fars News Agency has claimed that eight foreign spies, including some working for Turkeyand’s intelligence agency, were captured by Houthi rebels in Yemen.
According to Fars, Rezzak Hamid el-Amcadi — one of the leaders of the Houthi rebelsand’ political wing, the Ensarullah Movement — claimed that rebel forces captured eight spies operating in Yemen on Monday.
Speaking to the Iranian news agency, el-Amcadi claimed that those captured were working for Turkish and Qatari intelligence services. While he said one of the captured is a Sudanese national, he declined to give further details about the nationalities of the others or the circumstances of capture.
A senior Turkish official strongly denied the claims on Tuesday. Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Tanju Bilgiandc said in response to a question on the report that and”such news has nothing to do with reality.and”
and”We think that certain circles uneasy about our principled policy for the solution of problems in Yemen through political dialog and thereby for the establishment of security and stability in the country have put forward such unfounded allegations for provocation,and” Bilgiandc said.
The Iranian-backed Houthi rebels forced Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to flee the country and aanced to Aden. Despite a 68-day multinational campaign of air strikes led by Saudi Arabia designed to limit the reach of rebel forces, the Houthisand’ aance has not been halted.
While Ankara has offered logistical support to Riyadh for the campaign, Turkish forces have not taken part directly.

SOURCE: Today’s Zaman