Despite Truce, Saudi Coalition Seizes Three Fuel Ships

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The Saudi-led coalition seized on Thursday two fuel ships and prevented them from the entry of Hodeida port, in a new violation of the UN-brokered armistice in Yemen.

Spokesman for the Yemeni Petroleum Company in Sana’a, Issam Al-Mutawakel, said in a tweet on Twitter that “the US-led coalition detained today the diesel ship (Sundus) and the diesel ship (Voss Power) despite they have been inspected and given entry permits by the United Nations.”

This has raised the number of seized ships to three ships, the spokesman added.

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