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Protest In Front Of The UN Office In Hodeidah, Condemning Saudi Aggression

A mass protest was organized in front of the United Nations office in Hodeidah, today, Wednesday, to denounce maritime piracy and the continued detention of oil derivatives ships by the coalition of aggression.

The participants denounced the arbitrary practices
despite obtaining UN permits.

For his part, the governor of Hodeidah, Muhammad Ayyash Qahim, denounced the complicity of the United Nations and the international community regarding the siege and detention of fuel ships against the Yemeni people.

He explained that many services, especially in the health, electricity and water sectors are suffering from a difficult situation and the suspension of a number of generation and pumping stations and health departments in most of the facilities due to the lack of oil derivatives.He pointed out that the Yemeni people are aware of the extent of the conspiracy being hatched against the homeland and the enemy that targets Yemenis with False slogans to justify the crimes of the aggression coalition.

Qahim pointed out that these crimes will not undermine the steadfastness of the people of the governorate, but rather increase them in strength and solidity in the face of the aggression and thwart its conspiratorial plans. He holds the United Nations and the international community moral and humanitarian responsibility for that.

Meanwhile, the governorate’s deputy, Muhammad Suleiman Helisi, indicated that America and the countries of aggression bear responsibility for the crimes, violations and sieges that the Yemeni people have been subjected to for more than six years.

Helisi called on the United Nations and international humanitarian organizations to carry out their duty to pressure the countries of aggression to stop their aggression, lift the siege and allow the entry of food ships and oil derivatives.

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