The Yemeni Oil Company renews its assertion that the aggression coalition continues to detain (15) oil ships with a total tonnage of (410,728) tons of petroleum products arbitrarily and for varying periods, reaching its maximum for ships currently held for 61 days. While the period of arbitrary detention in previous cases reached nearly five months, in clear violation of the provisions of the International Convention on Human Rights, the rules of international humanitarian law, and all applicable laws and customs, as well as a permanent disregard for the substance and goals of the Sweden Agreement, which stressed in its entirety the need to facilitate The arrival of basic materials and humanitarian aid to the port of Hodeidah in a way that meets the needs and aspirations of the Yemeni people. This fact also contradicts what was stated in the briefings of the UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, before the Security Council, on January 16, 2020, and on October 22, 2019, during which he claimed that the fuel ships entered Hodeidah port without any obstacles. The aggression coalition continues to block the Yemeni citizens through maritime piracy that aims to impede the arrival of oil derivative ships, domestic gas, food, medicine and other urgent needs to the port of Hodeidah, despite the completion of all these procedures for inspection and auditing in Djibouti through the United Nations verification and inspection mechanism (UNIVM), And obtaining international permits confirming that the load conforms to the conditions stipulated in the concept of operations of the verification and inspection mechanism. Detail facility attached with seized quantities and ships. Friday 22/05/2020 m