Saudi-led coalition continue to detain more than 15 ships loaded with approximately 240 thousand tons of gasoline and diesel for 90 days
Yemen Petroleum Company (YPC) in al- Hodeidah province renewed a warning of an imminent humanitarian catastrophe in the event that the Saudi-Emirati coalition continues to detain oil derivatives ships.
The company denounced the aggressive practices of the coalition and its armed force, in detaining oil derivative ships, despite their inspection in Djibouti and obtaining United Nations permits to arrive at the port of Hodeidah.
In a statement, the YPC indicated that the forces of Saudi-led coalition continue to detain more than 15 ships loaded with approximately 240 thousand tons of gasoline and diesel for 90 days, in addition to ships loaded with food, gas and diesel.
The YPC The company condemned the defective silence of the international community despite everyone’s awareness of the scale of the humanitarian catastrophe due to the denial of entry to oil derivatives and the impact of this on services linked to the daily lives of citizens.
A statement stressed the importance of the international community taking a clear position on the collective punishment to which the Yemeni people are subjected by the states of aggression.
The YPC held the United Nations and the Saudi-led coalition responsible for what will happen as a result of the suspension of all vital sectors completely due to the detention of oil derivative ships.