Gas-loaded vessel arrives at Hodeida port after being held for 82 days

Publish October 4, 2021
oil and gas

HODEIDA, Oct. 03 (Saba) – A ship carrying 8,437 metric tons of imported gas docked on Sunday at Hodeida seaport.

Spokesman of Yemen Gas Company Ali Ma'sar said that the ship has been seized by the US-Saudi aggression coalition for 82 days.

Ma'sar pointed out that the aggression coalition is still practicing maritime piracy on fuel ships and holding them for long periods, which exacerbates the suffering of citizens to multiply.


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