The second group comprising 110 repatriated Indonesians will arrive ..."
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The Indonesian team managed to evacuate and repatriate another 110 citizens from Yemen as the conflict continues to escalate, the Foreign Affairs Ministry stated here on Monday.

"The second group comprising 110 repatriated Indonesians will arrive on board a flight from Yemen through Muscat here on Monday," noted the ministrys spokesman, Arrmanatha Nasir.

As scheduled, the second group of evacuees will be flown into Jakarta on Monday afternoon.

The initial Emirates Airline flight from Muscat, carrying 34 citizens on board, is scheduled to arrive in Jakarta, while the remaining 76 Indonesians would be flown in on board three different Qatar Airline flights.

Earlier, on Saturday, (April 4), the Indonesians evacuation acceleration team, which departed from Jakarta on Thursday, (April 2), had managed to enter Tareem city through the Yemen-Oman border and have been coordinating with the Indonesian citizens located in Tareemm Al Mukalla and other cities within the Hadhramaut area to make necessary preparations for the evacuation process.

One of the efforts made by the team was to convince the Indonesian citizens to leave the conflict-torn country.

The evacuation team dispatched by the Government of Indonesia comprises 43 personnel, including 14 from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 21 belonging to the Air Force, seven Police, and three from the National Intelligence Agency (BIN).

The team is constantly looking for ways to immediately, safely, and efficiently evacuate all citizens in Yemen.

The Indonesian citizens evacuation operation in Yemen also involves five Indonesian representatives from the Embassy in Sanaa, Embassy in Riyadh, Embassy in Muscat, Embassy in Addis Ababa, and the Consulate General in Jeddah.

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