Director of the oil company: Aggression’s fines for detaining oil ships exceed $ 50 million
The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC)’s Executive Director Ammar al-Adhra’i on Friday confirmed that the US Saudi-led aggression coalition is still holding 17 oil ships at sea, noting that the delay fines exceeded 50 million dollars equivalent to one billion Yemeni riyals.
Al-Adhra’i pointed out that the aggression is pushing its mercenaries to loot and reserve gas trailers coming from the company’s branches in the provinces.
He pointed out that the initial indicators of the losses suffered by the Yemeni people as a result of the detention of oil ships in 2020 amounted to two billion riyals.
The official held the united nations and allied countries responsible for the consequences of the continued detention of oil vessels and the denial of entry into the port of Hodeidah, calling on the United Nations to put more pressures on the the coalition to launch oil ships, lift the embargo on Sanaa International Airport and the port of Ras Issa and neutralize the economy from targeting.