Governor Baras confirmed that the calls to militarize the port of Al-Dhabba, by the US and France, constitute a threat to the infrastructure in the province, and may turn it from an oil port into a military target in the event that the port is handed over to the US invaders and their French allies.
The governor stressed that the people of the province have demanded an end to the looting and export of oil wealth from the Masila oil facility, which has been subjected to the worst depletion over the past years while the people of the province live in difficult economic and humanitarian conditions.
He pointed out that the decision to protect the sovereign wealth was complementary and met the demands of the free people of Hadramout, who were subjected to intimidation by the use of force by the occupying invading forces in the port.
Governor Baras thanked the great cooperation of the people of Hadramout and with the Armed Forces in reporting all attempts to plunder the wealth of the province, which lacks the lowest services over the past years.
He renewed support for the second strike, which thwarted the second attempt to loot two million barrels of crude oil, blaming the pro-aggression authorities in the province for any risks to the oil port.
He stressed that the port with all its facilities and the working crew did not suffer any damage from the two operations, which thwarted attempts to smuggle crude oil. He called on the port authorities to comply with Sana'a's decision to stop smuggling crude oil and not to receive any looting ships in order to avoid any risks.
Baras pointed out that the efforts to hand over the port of Al-Dhabba to the US forces by the pro-aggression government to establish the occupation bases on the coasts of the province is considered a neglect of national sovereignty, which is rejected by all the free people of the province.
Recently, Yemen's Armed Forces thwarted an attempt to loot crude oil from the port of Al-Dhabbah in Hadhramaut Governorate, used for smuggling by the US-Saudi aggression.
Armed Forces spokesman Brigadier Sare'e explained that the Armed Forces operation forced an Oil ship that was in the port to leave after reaching near the port. He added that several warning messages were sent but the ship didn't respond.
He pointed out that the message was after addressing the ship operators and informing them of the decision based on the Yemen laws in force and international laws. He pointed out that the ship was dealt "with cautionary measures through which the Yemeni Armed Forces were keen to preserve the safety and security of Yemen's infrastructure and the security of the ship and its crew."
The Armed Forces spokesman renewed the warning by saying: "We will not hesitate to do what it takes to stop and prevent any ship trying to plunder the wealth of our Yemeni people." He stressed that the Armed Forces are able to launch more warning operations in defense of Yemenis and to protect their wealth from tampering and looting.
The Leader of the Revolution, Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi, in his speech on the 8th anniversary of the September 21 revolution, warned against continuing to plunder the national wealth from any foreign company that colluded with the coalition of aggression.
In turn, President Mahdi Al-Mashat directed the Supreme Economic Committee, on the first of this October, to edit the final official correspondences of all companies and entities related to the looting of Yemeni sovereign wealth, to completely stop looting operations.
Source: Saba translated by Almasirah English website#US_Saudi_Aggression #US-Saudi Looting of Oil about 4 days
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