Gasoline Caesar tanker arrives at Al-Hudaydah, Yemen
Following the armistice the Saudi-led coalition violate quite a few times, a spokesperson for the Yemeni Oil Company has announced the arrival of a gasoline ship to the port of Al-Hudaydah.
The Caesar ship arrived today, Monday, at the port of Al-Hudaydah in Yemen, after being detained for more than a month by the Saudi-led coalition.
The Spokesperson for the Yemeni Oil Company, Issam Al-Mutawakel said that arrangements are currently being made to bring the Caesar ship to the berth of the port to start pumping operations.
In turn, the Vice President of the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation, Engineer Yahya Abbas Sharafeddine, said in a tweet on Twitter that the tanker is loaded with 32,300 tons of gasoline, adding that it will enter the public berth.
Earlier, Al-Mutawakel announced that the Saudi-led coalition had detained the emergency gasoline ship, Caesar, despite it having obtained UN permits.
The ship had obtained an entry permit after a series of procedures and was inspected by a United Nations committee before it was stopped by the Saudi coalition.
Yesterday, Sunday, the Yemeni Oil Company announced the arrival of the Splendor Sapphire diesel tanker to the port of Al Hudaydah after being detained for 88 days by the Saudi coalition, while 3 oil tankers are still detained.
The armistice between the Saudi-led coalition and the Sanaa government entered into force at 7 pm last Saturday, local time and Al Quds time.