Three ships carrying the great amount of oil derivatives arrived on Monday at Hodeidah port, according to a Yemen Petroleum Company’s statement.
The statement affirmed that arrival of the two ships at the port came after being seized by the Saudi-led aggression coalition for more than 85 days.
The third ship, loaded with 29,690 tons of diesel entered the port after being arbitrarily detained by the coalition for as much as 220 days.
According to the official spokesman of the YPC, Essam al-Mutawakel the total fines accumulated on the three ships due to the detention of the Coalition of Aggression amounts to 11, 308, 000 dollars.
He added that the company is currently completing the procedures of laboratory inspection to make sure that the materials are conform to the specifications adopted to start the unloading process.