YPC: Maritime piracy prevent entry of fuel ships

Publish May 30, 2021
oil and gas

SANA'A, May 29 (Saba) - The Yemeni oil company confirmed that the maritime piracy led by United States and with the participation of the United Nations, prevent the entry of oil derivatives into Yemeni people.

The executive director of the Yemeni oil company, Engineer Ammar al-Adai, told to Saba that maritime piracy have been preventing fuel of entering more than five months.

al-Adai held the aggression led by the United States and the United Nations fully responsible for the human suffering that the Yemeni people are subjected to due to the fuel crisis.

The statement held the forces of aggression, fully responsible for the crime of the embargo on Yemen and its direct and indirect repercussions.

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