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President Trump announced on Monday that an American oil worker who was held was freed as a hostage for more than a year in Yemen.
“It is an honour for me to announce today that Danny Burch, a citizen of the United States, was held hostage in Yemen for 18 months has been salvaged and re-tweeted together with his wife and children,” said the President.
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Trump expressed his appreciation for the “support” of the United Arab Emirates in securing Burch is freedom, but did not disclose further details of the recovery.
“Danny’s recovery reflects the best of what you can achieve in the United States and its partners,” the President said. “We work every day to bring the Americans home. We maintain constant and intensive diplomatic, intelligence, and law enforcement cooperation within the government of the United States and with our foreign partners.”
Burch’s family said news organizations in the year 2017, Burch, an American engineer, a Yemeni oil company, was abducted from his car by gunmen in Sana.
President Trump announced on Monday that Danny Burch, an American oil worker who was held hostage for more than a year in Yemen, was released.<br data-cke-eol=”1″>
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“They did it in broad daylight in front of all the people,” his wife Nadia Forsa, told the New York Times in the year 2017.
The President said, the recovery of the American hostages is a priority for his government, and added: “now we have secured freedom for 20 of US prisoners since my election victory.” Trump’s tweet came as he flies to Vietnam for a summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
“We will not rest as we continue our work to bring the remaining American hostages back home!” Trump said.