The fuel crisis in Yemen is easing

Young Journalists Club | Latest news of Iran and world

News ID: 56529
Asia » Asia
Publish Date: 10:14 - 11 April 2022
Monday, 11 April 2022 (YJC)_ An official spokesman for the Yemeni Oil Company said that the fuel crisis in Sanaa was easing after two years of siege.

The fuel crisis in Yemen is easingYasam al-Mutawakil, the official spokesman for the Yemeni Oil Company, told a news conference that the fuel crisis in the country had eased after two years of siege.

According to Al-Masira news website, Al-Mutawakil said:
According to the Yemeni Oil Company, supply stability in the free zones has begun.

A spokesman for the Yemeni Oil Company added:
"We are witnessing a stable supply situation after two years of suffering due to the escalation of piracy by the Saudi aggressor coalition for Yemeni fuel ships."

The trustee pointed out:
The price of each 20 liters of gasoline imported from the port of Al-Hudaidah (western part of the country) is 12,600 Yemeni Rials (about $ 50).

Recently, several oil tankers arrived in the port of Al-Hudaidah, which is controlled by Yemeni Ansarullah forces, based on a two-month ceasefire. The ceasefire was carried out between the warring parties in Yemen under the auspices of the United Nations and started ten days ago.

Provinces under the control of Yemen's Ansar al-Islam forces consume most of the fuel imported into the country due to high population density.

Tags
Your Comment
Name:
Email:
* Comment:
* captcha: