Al-Houthi to Griffith: Talk to US to Launch Oil Tankers-Update

Twenty oil tankers still detained by the coalition navy

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, member of the Supreme Political Council (SOC) , The highest ruling authority in Sana’a called on the UN envoy Martin Griffith to communicate and talk to the US Department of State, as it is the one that has the power to launch the seized oil tankers.

Al-Houthi wrote on Tweeter Friday “We tell the envoy that the port of Hodeidah is open and the besieged tankers have permits from the UN, stressing that those who prevent their entry to Hodeidah is the US-British-Saudi-Emirati aggressive navy.”

It is noteworthy that the countries of the aggressive alliance are still detaining over twenty oil tankers, exacerbating the suffering of the Yemeni people and depriving them of their most basic rights amid silence and complicity of the United Nations.

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