The aggression prevents a new oil ship from reaching the port of Hodeidah
The Yemeni Oil Company said that the US-Saudi aggression coalition seized a new ship carrying 23,960 tons of diesel fuel.
The company’s official spokesman, Essam Al-Mutawakel, stated that the “Tango” ship, which was prevented from reaching the port of Hodeidah, despite being inspected and obtaining entry permits from the United Nations, was carrying diesel intended for the electricity sector.
He pointed out that the ships detained by the aggression coalition became six ships, including one loaded with diesel and five loaded with (128,035) tons of gasoline and diesel for different times.
He stated that since the beginning of this year, no oil derivatives vessel has been allowed to enter Hodeidah port, except for one diesel vessel designated for public consumption, which represented 6.5 percent of the actual need.
The official spokesperson held the aggression coalition led by America, as well as the United Nations that provides cover for it, fully responsible for the consequences of the continuation of these arbitrary practices that compound the suffering of the Yemeni people.