A list of with the oil ships' names being held by the US-Saudi aggression coalition

The US-Saudi aggression forces are still holding 6 oil ships, including 1 ships , gas. In this context In this context the Yemeni Oil Company reiterates its assertion that the aggression coalition continues to detain (5) oil ships with a total tonnage of (135,179) tons of mazut , and diesel ; and for varying periods, which had four months (149 days) of unprecedented maritime piracy on the oil ships, and despite all ships completed all UNVIM procedures in Djibouti, and obtaining UN permits confirming that the tonnage conforms to the conditions stipulated in the concept of verification and inspection mechanism operations, which confirms the violation of the relevant UN bodies to the provisions of the International Convention on Human Rights and the articles of international humanitarian law and the law of armed conflict; and all applicable laws and customs, as well as its permanent disregard for the essence and goals of the Sweden agreement that stressed - in its entirety - the necessity to facilitate the reach of basic materials and humanitarian aid to the port of Hodeidah in a manner that meets the needs and aspirations of the Yemeni people. This factual data in regard to the various persistence of criminal piracy and its catastrophic repercussions has not been matched by any serious and concrete action by the United Nations as it is the international body concerned with facilitating the entry of basic commodity imports. The UN has not left the state of stalemate and disgraceful bias despite its explicit recognition of the exacerbation of the humanitarian consequences resulting from the severe shortage in fuel supplies, and its emphasis on ensuring the flow of basic commodities, and all what was mentioned in the briefing of the former UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, at the UN Security Council session held on September 15, 2020, and in the briefing of the new UN envoy, Hans Grundberg, at the UN Security Council session held on October 14, 2021; however, the supposed international role is still just an ink on papers, which also contradicts the most important basic principles of humanitarian protection and relief. * Attached is a detailed list of the detained quantities and ships. Friday 14/01/2022 * The detention location and the detained ships can be viewed using one of the satellite vessel-tracking free websites: https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/centerx:41.0/centery:17.0/zoom:8 https://www.vesselfinder.com