Coalition aggression forces continue to detain oil ships
US-Saudi aggression coalition navy continues to detain 14 ships loaded with oil derivatives, in the context of the siege imposed by the coalition on Yemen, The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC ) said.
The company said in a statement that the Aggression Alliance continues to detain 14 oil vessels including a ship loaded with diesel fuel, and a ship loaded with domestic gas, for varying periods of time reaching a maximum of eleven months, 338 days of maritime piracy.
The YPC stressed that the detained vessels had completed all inspection and audit procedures in Djibouti through the United Nations verification and inspection mechanism and getting international permits.
The company once again held the United Nations and the aggression coalition fully responsible for all inhumane violations resulting from this maritime piracy, the Saudi collective punishment measures and the collapse of the operational capabilities of vital sectors in Yemen.