Rally in Sana’a Condemn Siege Against Oil Ships
A mass rally was staged on Tuesday by the Yemeni Oil Company, and its various sectors in front of the United Nations headquarter in Sana’a, to condemn the siege imposed by the Saudi-led coalition on the oil ships.
At the rally, the protesters called on the UN to entry of all fuel ships without delay in accordance with international agreements and laws, demanding to take anyway conflicts, which aimed to achieve political or military goals, from humanitarian needs of the Yemeni people.
The participants blamed the Saudi-led coalition and the United Nations all the worsening consequences as a result of unjust blockade imposed on the Yemenis, especially preventing fuel ships from entering Hodeida port.
Meanwhile, the director of the Yemeni Oil Company, Ammar Al-Adhrai, affirmed that America has led the pirates and shackled the Yemeni people for more than two years.
He explained that the fines that the Yemeni people incurred exceeded the $150 million, stressing that the brutal blockade on Yemen is being led by the US-backed UN to punish the Yemeni people.