Meeting discusses ongoing aggression in the detention of oil derivatives ships

A meeting held today in Sana’a between Oil Minister Ahmed Dars and Secretary General of the Supreme Council for the Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Abdul Mohsen Tawoos discussed the continuation of the coalition of aggression in the detention of oil derivatives ships.

The meeting confirmed that the arbitrary actions of the Coalition of Aggression exacerbate the suffering of the Yemeni people and cause significant financial losses.

The oil minister pointed to the disastrous situation as a result of the continued detention of oil derivatives vessels and the denial of entry into the port of Hodeidah despite the fact that they were granted unclearance permits.

He also touched on the council’s efforts to communicate and coordinate with the United Nations to release oil derivatives ships to alleviate the suffering of citizens, prevent the worsening of the oil crisis and ensure the continuation of services.

He called on the United Nations to do its duty and to press the Alliance of Aggression to allow the entry of ships.

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