Yemen Minister of Oil and Minerals, Thyab Bin Ma'eili, met with the UN Resident Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick.
At the meeting, the minister and the UN official discussed humanitarian situation in the capital Sana'a.
They reviewed the damage which occurred, on oil and gas sectors by the US-Saudi aggression war planes' air strikes and the blockade on the country, causing negatively repercussions on the lives of citizens and national economy.
The meeting touched upon measures and plans of the ministry, so as to ease the suffering of the citizens.
They also discussed aspects of cooperation and coordination between the oil ministry and the United Nations, to provide oil and gas derivatives and to ensure the delivery of humanitarian assistance to all areas in Yemen.
The minister stressed the role of the United Nations, in a joint action to neutralise the oil sector as being linking to the lives of citizens and their daily requirements.
He noted the efforts played by the Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen and the nature of the situation in Yemen which needs more assistance.
McGoldrick praised the ministry's efforts to provide as much as possible of the oil derivatives to people, pointing out the role of the ministry in providing the needs of the Yemeni people of the petroleum products and supplement the national economy.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK