YEMEN Press Agency

GPC condemns coalition’s detention for oil derivative ships

SANAA, June 29 (YPA) – General People’s Congress (GPC) strongly coalition’s detention for oil derivative ships and preventing them from entering Hodeidah port despite obtaining all the statements.

The GPC asserted in a statement that the continued seizure of oil derivative ships represents a new crime added to the list of crimes of aggression countries against the Yemeni people, especially as this crime and the tightening of the suffocating siege on the people comes in conjunction with the global pandemic of the Corona virus.

The statement added, “This affects the public life of the Yemeni citizen and reflects its negative and catastrophic effects on the performance of hospitals and health facilities that have become threatened with closure as well as water projects and all services that depend entirely on oil derivatives.”

The General People’s Congress held the countries of the aggression coalition led by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United Nations responsible for the continuation of the blockade and preventing ships of oil derivatives from entering the port of Hodeidah.