A meeting at the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation, which included the Ministers of Transport, Amer Ali Al-Marani and Electricity Ahmed Al-Ali, and the Governor of Hodeidah, Muhammad Ayyash Qahim, discussed the conditions of the Corporation and the effects resulting from the blockade and preventing the entry of oil and food derivatives ships
The meeting, in the presence of a member of the Shura Council, Abdul Rahman Makram, the governorate’s deputy, Abdul Jabbar Ahmed Muhammad, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation, Captain Muhammad Abu Bakr Ishaq, and the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Red Sea Ports Corporation Yahya Sharaf El-Din, touched on the direct and indirect repercussions on the lives of citizens as a result of The continued blockade of the ports of Hodeidah and Saleef, which serve more than 70 percent of the population of Yemen.
The meeting condemned the aggression’s practices against the Yemeni people and its continued targeting of the Foundation’s facilities and facilities, including targeting its cranes as part of its plan to destroy the Foundation’s infrastructure.
The meeting valued the leadership’s attention to addressing the current situation of the institution, in order to improve its situation and re-configure its facilities, equipment and mechanisms that have been subjected to systematic targeting.
In addition, the Ministers of Transport and Electricity, the Governor of Hodeidah and a member of the Shura Council inspected the port’s berths, the ongoing activity and preparations to receive the ship that was in the draft loaded with diesel, which was recently released.
They stressed that the practice of aggression and its insistence on seizing oil and food ships despite obtaining UN permits, will only increase the Yemeni people’s steadfastness and determination to confront the aggression and thwart its plans.
They were accompanied during the visit by the Director of Hodeidah Electricity Bandar Al-Mahdi, the Commercial Director Majed Abdel Wakeel, the Distribution Director, Eng. Khaled Al-Adimi, and a number of Hodeidah Electricity officials