Sana’a Central Bank: Oil Revenues Enough to Pay Salaries
Governor of Central Bank in Sana’a, Hashim Ismail said that revenues of crude oil and Yemeni ports looted by Saudi-backed government, if allocated to the salaries of state employees, will do the job and will be disbursed throughout the republic.
Ismail explained in an interview to Sana’a-based al-Thawra newspaper that monthly exports of crude oil exceed 165 million dollars and this amount is sufficient to pay salaries.
He also stressed that the economic war in Yemen was being conducted by America.
He noted that the revenues that were blatantly looted by the aggressive forces exceed 14 billion dollars.
“The strategy of the US in its war on peoples focuses on the economic aspect as a tool of war, noting that the fake Yemeni currency was previously pumped, and the US Treasury included a list of entities and individuals within its sanctions, in addition to classifying Ansarullah as a terrorist group,” the Governor of the Central Bank of Yemen said.
He stressed that the economic war is waged by the Saudi-led coalition, and headed by the United States, pointing out that the transfer of central bank operations was the first American step in the economic war aimed at bringing complete economic paralysis.
The governor of the Central Bank indicated that the control of “Swift” was carried out through a Norwegian company that is directly linked to America, which controls the global banking sector through it.
The Governor of the Central Bank indicated that among the new economic war was directing the local mercenaries of the Saudi regime to vastly print fake currency.
He noted that the goal of printing fake currency in big amounts is to cause a comprehensive economic collapse, but they failed to do so. The governor noted that a dollar in the occupied areas has exceeded 1,000 riyals.
The governor pointed out that the enemy was planning to launch a new note worth 5,000 riyals in 2020, but was surprised by a resolution that banned its exchange within Sanaa.
Regarding the occupied south Yemeni province, the governor indicated that the result of deterioration of the exchange value and the high prices are a result of the sterile policies of the Bank of Aden.