Saudi-led puppet government earned over 8 billion riyals in corrupt oil deals

Saudi-led puppet government earned over 8 billion riyals in corrupt oil deals

The coalition-backed government, headed by, Maeen Abdul-Malik, and Oil Minister, Saeed Al-Shammasi, got a minimum of 8 billion and 480 million Yemeni riyals, in a corruption deal, in the city of Aden, south of Yemen.

A diplomat loyal to the coalition, Anis Mansour, revealed on Wednesday on Twitter, Maeen Abdul-Malik insisted on renting a Greek ship through an intermediary company, with a worth $8 million, which was paid in advance by his government, in exchange for the looting of nearly 2 million barrels of crude oil through Dabba oil port in Hadramout, during the past two days.

He added that the largest corruption deal that Maeen Abdul-Malik , made during the past days in the city of Aden, which would have contributed to solving many of the problems of basic services in Hadramout.

Mansour said that the coalition-funded government lost $8 million, and did not care about that, indicating that for the first time in the history of oil export, the oil importing company had been not bear any transportation costs.

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