Afghan Voice Agency (AVA), "Essam Mutawakel," a spokesman for the Yemeni Oil Company, said: "The number of Yemeni fuel vessels seized has been doubled and the aggressor coalition is ignoring efforts to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people."
Last Friday, the Saudi coalition seized the Foss Power ship carrying 23,000 tons of fuel oil and 7,000 tons of diesel.
Two months ago, the UN envoy to Yemen announced a ceasefire.
According to a ceasefire agreement between the Yemeni National Salvation Government in Sanaa and the UN-led aggressor’s coalition, 18 fuel-carrying ships must be allowed to enter Al-Hudaidah port and allowed two flights a week from Sanaa airport to the airport. .
Saudi Arabia launched a large-scale offensive against Yemen, the poorest Arab country, on March 6, 1994, in a coalition of several Arab countries, including the UAE, with the help and support of the United States and the Zionist regime.
Contrary to the Saudis' expectations, their attacks hit the stronghold of the Yemeni people's resistance, and after seven years of stability and painful Yemeni strikes deep into Saudi territory, particularly the Aramco facility, Riyadh was forced to accept a ceasefire in hopes of exiting the Yemeni war.