Yemen’s Ansarullah movement has warned that the responsibility for a possible explosion of an oil tanker stranded near the port city of Hudaydah falls on Saudi Arabian aggressors and the United Nations.
Yemen has repeatedly called for the assessment of the tanker, but the demands have been rejected, while Saudi Arabia and United Nations claim that Yemeni forces prevent UN teams from visiting the stranded oil tanker.
The Movement’s spokesman, Mohammed Abdul-Salam made the comments in reaction to a warning by a number of UN experts who said the ship may cause a humanitarian crisis or even a massive blast, blaming Ansarullah for it situation.
Abdul-Salam stressed that the UN is in no position to talk about humanity after removing the Saudi-led coalition from its child-killer blacklist.
Abdul-Salam slammed the United Nations for its inaction against years of deadly Saudi bombing, while the UAE and the F-UK-US coalitions enforce a naval blockade on Yemen.
A top Yemeni official had warned that thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate, a highly explosive chemical compound which recently was used in a massive explosion in Beirut, are being stored in the Yemeni port city of Aden by Saudi-Emirati occupation forces.
A Yemeni economic expert disclosed that Saudi Arabia is stealing his country’s crude reserves in bordering regions in collaboration with the French energy giant, Total.
Yemen’s crude production is being stolen by Saudi Arabia in cooperation with Mansour Hadi, the fugitive ex-Yemeni president, and his Zionist mercenaries.
The governor of Aden governorate in southern Yemen says the chemical compound has been stored in Aden since three years ago without finding any immediate solution for use or any measure to keep citizens and their belongings away from possible danger.
Salam warned that the amount of ammonium nitrate stored in Aden is almost twice the amount that blew up the Lebanese harbor in the capital of Beirut.
The storage of such a huge ammonium nitrate cargo in Aden port is much more challenging and dangerous than Beirut, as it is being stored close to residential areas, and that Aden is currently a scene of infighting among coalition forces.
PressTV / ABC Flash Point Oil Shipping News 2020.