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Yemen’s Petroleum company calls on UN to not Neglect its humanitarian appeals

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The Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) has called on the United Nations to not ignore the humanitarian and international laws as well as humanitarian appeals, which criminalizes the US-Saudi piracy on oil tankers, in addition to medicine and food ships.

The employees of the YPC, in their 756-day protest in the capital Sana’a, denounced the silence of the United Nations towards the maritime piracy that is being conducted by the US-Saudi aggressors; thus, saying it makes them a partner in crime of what is happening to the Yemeni people.

YPC official spokesman Essam al-Mutawakel pointed out that the aggressors are still holding 5 oil ships, all of which are used for public consumption. Since the beginning of this year, no amount of oil was entered into Yemen.

Al-Mutawakel held the Saudi-led aggressive coalition, which its actions are being supported by the United States and the United Nations, fully responsible for the humantrian crisis the Yemeni people are being subjected to.