SANAA, The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) on Sunday said that a ship loaded with a diesel cargo belonging to the United Nations arrived at the port of Hodeidah on Saturday.
"The vessel (Palomar) carrying 4,828 tons of diesel allocated to the UN organizations arrived at Hodeidah port, while the ships loaded with imported oil belonging to the Yemeni people have been held by the aggression coalition at sea for more than 35 days," the company said in a statement, which Saba obtained a copy of it.
The statement confirmed that the aggression coalition is holding eight ships carrying 53,321 tons of gasoline and 145,327 tons of diesel.
"This affirms that the United Nations does not care about the rights of the Yemeni citizens as it claims, but interested in the entry of ships belonging to it," the company said.
Source: Yemen News Agency