Greek oil tanker arrives in occupied Hadhramaut

Greek oil tanker arrives in occupied Hadhramaut

A giant Greek oil tanker has arrived at al-Dabba port in Hadhramaut province, eastern Yemen.

Informed sources reported that the Greek ship docked in the port of al-Dabba, which is controlled by Emirati forces, with the aim of transporting nearly 2 million barrels of Yemeni crude oil to Greece.

This has led some to wonder who is selling this amount of Yemeni oil without having any revenue in the Central Bank of Aden, as well as why Yemeni citizens still do not benefit from the value of Yemeni oil exports in the occupied provinces of Hadhramaut, Ma’rib and Shabwah .

The sources suggested that the UAE gave Greece Yemeni oil from Hadhramaut in exchange for an arms deal for its militias with nearly $300 million.

Last Wednesday, the giant oil tanker Seatrust arrived at the Radhoum port in Shabwah province, eastern Yemen, also with the goal of looting about 1,140,000 tons of crude oil for the benefit of the Islah Party, which is loyal to Saudi-led coalition.

The Saudi-backed
Hadi puppet government has imposed price doses on the sale of oil derivatives to citizens in the southern provinces, under the pretext of supporting the economy and improving the value of the Yemeni riyal against foreign currencies, which has witnessed a major collapse recently.