Petroleum derivatives stations in Sana’a, which are under the control of the Houthi militia, the Iranian arm in Yemen, have seen a sudden return of long lines of auto and vehicles in front of petrol stations, heralding a new crisis that has aggravated the suffering of citizens.
Local residents of Sana’a said long lines of auto in front of petrol stations, after some stations suddenly closed their doors.
The Houthis’ oil derivatives crisis came a month after the UN truce began, according to which the coalition allowed oil derivatives to enter the Houthi-controlled port of Hodeidah.
Yemeni Minister of Information, Muammar Al-Eryani, believes that the Houthi militia is creating a new crisis, despite the continuous and regular arrival of oil-based ships at the port of Hodeidah, at the rate of two ships per week. , as “a continuation of his approach to dealing with the suffering of citizens and limiting their means of subsistence”.
Al-Eryani stated, in a press release on Tuesday evening that the number of petroleum derivative ships unloading their cargo in the port of Hodeidah from April 1 to May 8 has reached (10) ships loaded with (268,911) tons, plus aa two ships loaded with 60000. A ton of diesel has been granted permits, quantities that exceed the actual needs of the areas controlled by the Houthi militia for 3 months, as he says.
The Yemeni Minister of Information has called on the international community, the United Nations and the envoys of the United Nations and the United States to condemn the practices of the Houthi terrorist militias, which exacerbate the human suffering of millions of citizens, and empty the truce of the Nations Combine its content.
He also called for pressure on the Houthi militia to direct oil derivatives revenues to pay the salaries of state employees.
This contrived crisis will aggravate the plight of citizens suffering from the continuation of the war, the Houthi militia looting the salaries of employees for the seventh consecutive year, rising unemployment and a lack of sources of income.
Yemeni foreign minister, Ahmed bin Mubarak, accused the Houthi militia of obstructing the implementation of the UN truce, stressing that its priorities are “to raise funds to finance the war machine and enrich its leaders at the expense of torture. of the Yemeni people “.
Bin Mubarak revealed that the Houthi militia “collects 90 billion Yemeni riyals from oil derivatives during the two months of the truce and evades the obligation to pay employees’ salaries”.
He stressed “the government’s commitment to facilitate the entry of derivative vessels under the agreement and in easy way “.
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