Oil ministry condemns mercenaries for increasing domestic gas price

Publish February 14, 2021
oil and gas

(Saba) - The Ministry of Oil and Minerals has condemned a step carried out by mercenaries of the US- Saudi aggression in raising the price of domestic gas produced from Safer facility in Marib province.

In a statement issued Wednesday, the ministry condemned the unjust and irresponsible decision to increase gas prices, calling the move blatant aggression against every citizen of Yemen.

The statement emphasized that the Ministry of Oil and Minerals and the Yemeni Gas Company in Sana'a were keen during the last period to neutralize the domestic gas material and facilitate its access to all the people of Yemen at the specified price.

It held the government of mercenaries responsible for this procedure which will lead to the increase in the suffering of the Yemeni people, especially in light of the aggression, blockade and cuts of salaries.

It is noteworthy that the government of mercenaries, last Monday, raised the sale price of the domestic gas cylinder from Safar facility to Y.R 2350 in an arbitrary measure aimed at increasing the suffering of the Yemeni people.


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