SANAA, Oil and Minerals Minister Ahmad Dars met on Saturday with the United Nations U.N. humanitarian coordinator Lise Grande.
The meeting discussed the role of the United Nations in the face of the abusive practices of the two occupation states of the US-backed aggression coalition, namely Saudi Arabia and the UAE, via preventing four vessels carrying oil derivatives licensed by the United Nations from entering the port of Hodeidah for unloading cargo, as well as the effects of this intransigence on the cost of these materials and their supply in the domestic market and their stability.
The meeting touched on the effects of the aggression targeting the storage facility at the port of Hodeidah (reservoirs), on the stability of oil derivatives, as well as the needed pressure on the aggressors and their mercenaries to spare oil installations linked to the life of Yemeni people any military actions directly.
In turn, the humanitarian coordinator promised to bring the matter to the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths to follow-up the issue with the two states of aggression, stressing the importance of respecting the work of the UN verification and inspection mechanism, as well as sparing the vital civilian installations any military actions.
Source: Yemen News Agency