Sana’a Government: Naval forces monitor any ship carrying nuclear waste

On Saturday, Mohammed Al-Zubairi, the Minister of Fisheries in the Sana’a government, urged the Ministry of Defense and Political Leadership to take proper steps to confront Saudi Arabia’s move to bury nuclear waste in Yemeni land.

Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Al-Zubairi stated that they have established a “joint committee of the navy, security, coast guard, and the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Fisheries Wealth to follow up on the issue of nuclear waste,” highlighting the fact that “the entry of any ship into territorial waters is under the surveillance of naval forces.”

He made it clear that upon receiving any violation report, “we will inform the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to communicate with the United Nations and international organizations about this violation.”

Mohammed Abbas Al-Faqih, Director of Maritime Control at the Ministry of Fisheries, made it clear in the same context that the waste that Saudi Arabia claims it wants to bury in Yemen is the property of significant foreign corporations.

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