Ship coming from UAE loots 400K barrels of crude oil, leaves Shabwa
A ship coming from UAE loots more than 400,000 barrels of crude oil, with a value of more than 43 million and 640,000 dollars, and leaves Shabwa in Yemen.
Yemeni news agency Saba cited an official source as saying that a ship named Gulf Aetos left Sunday the Radhum port in Shabwa province after looting more than 400,000 barrels of crude oil.
The official told the news agency that the ship had arrived a few days ago at the Radhum port coming from the United Arab Emirates.
Saba cited the source as saying that the Gulf Aetos ship "loaded more than 400,000 barrels of crude oil, with a value of more than 43 million and 640,000 dollars, according to oil prices on the international stock exchange, equivalent to 49 billion Y.R according to the exchange rates in the occupied areas."
The official underlined that the looting of crude oil from Yemen comes in light of the continuation of the organized looting of the oil revenues and the country's wealth by the Saudi-led coalition and its mercenaries.
The official source urged the international community and organizations to intervene in order to stop the ongoing tampering with the wealth of the Yemenis.
It is noteworthy that two weeks ago, a ship left the port of Al-Shaher in Hadhramaut province after it looted more than two million barrels of crude oil with a total value of more than $270 million.