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Head of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee Holds UN Responsible for Depriving Oil Ships from Entering Hudaydah

Head of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee Holds UN Responsible for Depriving Oil Ships from Entering Hudaydah
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Head of Yemen’s Supreme Revolutionary Committee of the Ansarullah revolutionary movement Mohammad Ali al-Houthi held the United Nations Organization and its envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths the responsibility of the continued ban of oil carriers from entering the Hudaydah seaport western Yemen.

In a tweet on his Twitter account, al-Houthi asked about the reasons behind the UN’s negligence of the current crisis caused by the US-UK-Saudi-Emirati aggression’s ban of oil ships from entering al-Hudaydah, despite being granted permissions.

“We hold the UN, its envoy and officials responsible for not condemning and obliging the aggression to let them pass and there is no reason,” he wrote.

The aggression forces have detained 6 oil ships last week and deprived them from entering the city.

Meanwhile, the Yemeni capital city, Sanaa, and other cities have been zones of tight oil crisis as the blockade imposed by the Saudi aggression is growing tighter.

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