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Two US officials said the United States will transfer four prisoners from Guantanamo to Saudi Arabia in twenty-four hours the next.
This comes within the framework of a final effort on the part of President Barack Obama to reduce the number of prisoners in detention despite the president-elect Donald Trump pressure to halt the release of operations.
This will be the first batch of prisoners who are being transferred within Obama's efforts to send up to 19 prisoners to at least four countries, including Italy, Oman and the United Arab Emirates before the inauguration of Trump on 20 January.
If the latter were the transfer of detainees according to plan as many as 40 prisoners remain at Guantanamo, although Obama has pledged to close the controversial located at the US Guantanamo Bay base in Cuba prison.
The Trump pledged that the detainee remains open and send him "some bad guys."
Trump On Tuesday, his desire to the continued detention of those who are still in Guantanamo despite the audits carried out by the security services considered that many of them are qualified to leave. He wrote on Twitter, "must not be further releases from Guantanamo ... These are people who are so extremely dangerous and should not be allowed to return to the battlefield."
The White House objections, Trump said that the transfer of detainees from Guantanamo will continue until the inauguration of Trump.