The Saudi-backed exiled Hadi puppet government has directed the Safer oil Company to reduce domestic gas quotas for the provinces that fall under the control of the National Salvation Government of Sana’a, well-informed sources told Yemen Press Agency on Sunday.
According to the sources, these directives were issued by Moeen Abdul-Malik Saeed, Prime Minister of the Hadi government, to Mohammed Kaiti, Executive General Manager of the Safer company.
The directives of the Hadi puppet government, if implemented, will likely exacerbate the suffering of the Yemeni people by further worsening what is already the largest crisis of oil derivatives in Yemen since the beginning of the war on Yemen on March 26, 2015.
Last week, the Hadi government reduced household gas quota for the capital Sana’a, and its affiliated provinces by 40%, and imposed a third price increase since 2019, which has led a major domestic gas crisis in the areas run by the National Salvation Government.
The official spokesman for the gas company, Ali Ma’ssar, pointed out that the number of gas locomotives transferred from Safer to the areas managed by the National Salvation Government in February 2022 was 120 lower than the same period in the year 2021.