Sanaa’s oil company station inflicted losses of 500 million riyals

May 31, 2018

The Yemeni oil company's station on 60th Street in the capital Sanaa was inflicted losses of 500 million Yemeni Rials, as a result of targeting by the US-backed Saudi-led warplanes.

The director of the oil company’s branch in the capital, Abdullah al-Musaybi told Saba that the station on the 60th Street was a strategic store which provided 1 million liters of oil derivatives, covering about 30 percent of the daily requirement in the capital.

Musaybi added that the station is a civilian establishment served vital sectors of society and the .international law criminalizes targeting these facilities.

He stressed that the targeting of the facilities and stations of the oil company comes within the plans of aggression to disrupt the role of the company and its branches in the capital and the provinces in the service of citizens and obstruct efforts to reactivate the company's activity as a vital civil facility.

Musaybi held the United Nations and the Security Council and international organizations responsibility for targeting civil service facilities.