The reason behind the fire spread in UAE-controlled Yemeni city
The fire at a refinery in the southern port city of Aden spread to a second storage tank on Saturday, after being limited decline in the morning, according to local sources.
“A fire broke out in one of the small storage tanks, at seven o’clock on Friday evening, that contained the remains of petroleum derivatives,” a statement by the Aden Refinery Company said Friday.
The head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, blamed the coalition forces and the paid fighters for the fire in Aden’s refineries, targeting the people of Aden and the workers in the refineries.
Al-Huthi stressed that the Yemeni army forces are working to defeat the coalition and maintain security and stability, “we do not list vital Yemeni institutions and infrastructure as targets for their attacks.” “This is what the army and Popular committees are entrusted to do by the Yemeni People,” he explained
Armed Forces spokesman, Brig. Gen. Yahya al-Sari, said earlier that the Air Force had not carried out any operation , in his response to the news reports of the coalition channels, which reported that “the fire in Aden’s refineries was caused by a drone strike.”
Aden city, which was occupied by UK but now under the control of UAE, and the rest of the southern cities witness an insecurity situation that increased the assassinations of Imams of mosques and security and military leaderships
The province of Aden also witnesses a security fiasco that escalated with killings, looting issues , in addition to others that never happened before.