Sana’a Announces Reaching Solutions for Maintenance of “Safer”
The Supervisory Committee for the maintenance agreement of the floating oil tank “Safer” in Sana’a announced Saturday reaching solutions to expedite the start of the implementation of the urgent maintenance and the comprehensive evaluation for the ship.
The committee expressed, in a statement, its optimism that the United Nations experts would soon arrive to implement the maintenance and evaluation agreement, confirming that Sanaa is keen to facilitate the task of experts.
Another meeting would be held with the United Nations office at the end of this week to determine the deadline for implementing the agreement, the committee added.
On Saturday, Member of Sana’a-based Supreme Political Council, Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, said that the United Nations is looking for pretexts to avoid repairing the floating crude oil reservoir “Safer ship”.
Al-Houthi added, in a tweet on Twitter, that the United Nations says it needs time to book ships, confirm crews, deploy equipment and make all other necessary arrangements.
He pointed out that such measures confirm a lack of interest and non-feeling of the utmost importance to spare the Red Sea the disaster of leakage.