YPC reveals number of fuel ships allowed to enter during armistice

Publish July 16, 2022
oil and gas

The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) revealed in a statement that the number of fuel ships allowed by the aggression coalition to reach Hodeida port, the period of detention and the fines incurred during the announced truce and its extension for 2 months from April 2 to July 14.

The company explained in a statement received by Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that it was agreed, after extending the announced truce for 2 months, to enter 18 fuel ships during the period (June 2 - August 2), but the aggression coalition allowed only 7 ships to enter Hodeida port out of 18 boats.

The company also confirmed in its statment that the number of ships currently held by the aggression coalition is 3: 'Sundus' gasoline, 'In Victus' gasoline, and 'Lady Sarah' gas.

The company in its statement stated that the number of oil derivatives ships that were allowed to access Hodeida port since the start of the truce until July 14, 22 out of 36 ships, while the total period of detention amounted to 197 days.

YPC pointed out in its statement that the percentage of ships number that entered, compared to what was agreed upon, was 39%, compared to 61% of the delay and detention, indicating that the total delay fines incurred by the ships that entered during the truce period amounted to $3.94 million, and this indicates that the commitment to the truce is still substandard.

The Company in its statement pointed out that between what the aggression coalition countries committed to after extending the truce and what they implemented, the suffering of the Yemeni people remains.


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