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WFP Ship carrying aid arrives at Hodeidah port
[27 May 2018]
Human Rights Ministry condemns airstrikes on oil company in Sanaa
[27 May 2018]
PM calls on businessmen, wealthy to help insolvent prisoners
[25 May 2018]
UNICEF plane carrying vaccines arrives at Sanaa airport
[24 May 2018]
Football Tournament starts on Martyr President al-Sammad's Cup
[23 May 2018]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army inflicts heavy losses upon Saudi mercenaries in Asir
[27 May 2018]
War inflicts $ 941 mln losses on Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation
[27 May 2018]
12 coalition air strikes target Saada
[27 May 2018]
Report: 17 killed, injured in 61 caution air strikes on several provinces
[27 May 2018]
Army repels Saudi mercenaries near Jizan
[27 May 2018]
 
  Reports
Report: 9 civilians killed in 64 Saudi-led airstrikes over 24 hours
[26 May 2018]
Yemeni Council launches its 1st report on coalition’s crimes in Saada.
[25 May 2018]
Report: Dozens of Saudi troop killed in Army’s offensive operations over 24 hour
[25 May 2018]
Report: 32 Saudi-led airstrikes hit Saada, Hodeidah on 24 hours
[25 May 2018]
Report: Army’s rocketry, artillery force targets Saudi troops over 24 hours
[24 May 2018]
 
  International
FM condemns war crimes of coalition against civilians in Sanaa
[27 May 2018]
Human Rights Ministry condemns airstrikes on oil company in Sanaa
[27 May 2018]
UN official: Air raids have killed large numbers of Yemeni civilians
[27 May 2018]
Yemeni parliament Speaker congratulates his Argentine counterpart on National Day
[24 May 2018]
Suffering of persons with disabilities in Yemen discussed
[24 May 2018]
  Economy
YPC denies receiving Gov't's directives to not import fuel
[30/December/2014]

SANA'A, Dec. 30 (Saba) – Yemeni Petroleum Company (YPC) denied on Tuesday what was reported by some news websites about governmental directives obliging the company to not import oil derivatives.

"What was published in this regard is incorrect", an official source at the company said to Saba.

The company's decisions emanate from the position of responsibility entrusted to it and based on the institutional work that falls within the framework of the policy of the Oil Ministry and the national competencies government, the source added.

The source explained that both YPC and Aden Refinery Company are national institutions and the existing cooperation between them is based on an integral policy aiming to serve the national economy and to secure the citizen's need of oil derivatives.

On Saturday, the YPC announced its intention to start importing oil derivatives directly, after this task has been carried out by Aden Refinery Company for many years.

This move will provide to the state treasury about $ 25 million monthly, according to YPC's Executive General Manager Ali al-Taifi.

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