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YPC Employees Protest in front of UN Office to Denounce Continued Detention of Fuel Tankers by the US-Saudi aggression

News - Yemen: Yemeni Petroleum Company employees organized a protest in front of the United Nations office in Sana'a, to denounce the continued detention of fuel tankers by the US-Saudi aggression.

In a statement, the protesters condemned the escalation of the aggression, its arrogance, its perpetration of crimes against civilians and its destruction of facilities and civilian objects, the latest of which was targeting Sana’a International Airport and the vicinity of the company’s station in the city of Baihan, killing two of its employees and wounding four others, while they were performing their work.

The statement pointed out that the aggression's crimes and threats to target the port of Hodeidah reflect the coalition's disregard for the Charter of the United Nations and its laws aimed at maintaining international peace and security.

They explained that the US-Saudi aggression committed its crime of piracy on the ships of oil derivatives, food and medicine destined for the port of Hodeidah, despite being inspected by the UN Verification and Inspection Committee in Djibouti and obtaining licenses, but the US Navy is practicing piracy on those ships amid the world's silence.

The statement stressed that these arbitrary practices of the countries of the aggression, led by the US, reflect a state of dependence and subordination of the United Nations and its officials to the desires and whims of the leaders of the American system and its tools, and these officials' continuous panting behind petrodollars.

The statement held the United Nations and its officials responsible for the aggravation of the humanitarian catastrophe and the deterioration of the living conditions of the Yemeni people as a result of the cessation of supplying the electricity, water and hygiene sectors with the necessary fuel for their operation, which led to a doubling of the number of deaths in hospitals.

Saudi Arabia, backed by the US and its other regional allies, launched a devastating war on Yemen in March 2015. The seven years and half of war has killed hundreds of thousands of people and destroyed much of the country’s infrastructure. Yemeni people are facing malnutrition, hunger, and famine, which have increased risks of disease and starvation.

As part of its economic war, the US-Saudi aggression worked to drain about 97% of the Yemeni state’s resources, either by controlling them militarily such as oil and gas sources, freezing Yemeni foreign assets and transferring them to mercenaries and financing coalition operations, or imposing siege on the vital port of Hodeidah and the most important port after Aden, which is still in the grip of Sana’a and out of control of the aggression.

The coalition of aggression continues to piracy, detaining fuel ships, and preventing them from entering the port of Hodeidah, despite obtaining permits from UN, which aggravates the humanitarian catastrophe due to the suspension of many vital service sectors, especially hospitals, electricity, water, cargo trucks, as well as waste trucks.

#Yemen #Aggression #Protest #Oil Tanker 22-01-11
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