SANA'A, Sept. 27 (Saba) - The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) on Tuesday said that the US-Saudi aggression coalition, in a new violation of the temporary truce, detained a gasoline-loaded ship, despite being inspected and obtaining entry permit from the United Nations.
The company's official spokesman, Issam Al-Mutawakel, told Saba news agency that the aggression coalition continues to violate the temporary truce and seized the "Sea Adore" gasoline ship, despite being subject to inspection and obtaining entry permits from the United Nations.
Al-Mutawakel reiterated that the United Nations is a partner of the aggression coalition in piracy on fuel ships by directing the ship's crew to head to the detention area off the coast of Jizan.
He pointed out that this detention is added to the list of arbitrary practices and violations committed by the aggression coalition, with the clear and explicit complicity of the United Nations.
resource : Saba
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