The Saudi coalition is holding more than half a million tons of oil derivatives on 20 ships and tankers off the coast of Yemen, a source in Hodeidah Port Said.
The source pointed out that ten oil derivative ships had been in detention for more than a month out of 20 ships, the last of which was held four days ago.
The source pointed out to Almasirah that another ship has been detained for three days with more than 15 thousand tons of food on board.
Fuel is needed for transportation, shortages have caused fuel prices to spike up to 200 percent in some areas, making the transportation of life-saving aid to communities-in-need more expensive.
The forces of the Saudi coalition continue piracy in the seizure of oil derivatives ships, while the United Nations remains silent, threatening the lives of all Yemeni people.