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Public Works Minister opens project of expanding Dharwan market in Sanaa
[20 June 2019]
17 persons killed in traffic accidents over last month
[20 June 2019]
YPC launches field campaign to combat black market in provinces
[20 June 2019]
Yemen’s new surprise: Yahya Saree
[20 June 2019]
Republican decree appointing permanent representative in UN
[19 June 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Badr F missile hits mercenaries gatherings in Najran
[20 June 2019]
Army attacks Saudi-paid mercenaries in Jawf
[20 June 2019]
Yemeni Army strikes power station in Saudi's Jizan province
[20 June 2019]
Army foils Saudi-paid mercenaries attacks in Asir
[19 June 2019]
Two women killed in mercenaries' artillery attack in Taiz
[19 June 2019]
 
  Reports
_Army drone attacks targets Jizan airport
[10 June 2019]
3 children injured with aggression' artillery in Hodeidah, Saada: Reports
[27 May 2019]
US-Saudi aggression wages residential neighborhoods , vital installations over 24 past hours in Hodeidah: Reports
[27 May 2019]
Aggression forces continue to breach Hodeidah agreement, hit Taiz, Saada over 24 past hours : Reports
[25 May 2019]
Coalition continues to violate cease fire agreement in Hodiedah, to attack provinces: Report
[19 May 2019]
 
  International
Yemen’s new surprise: Yahya Saree
[20 June 2019]
Lise Grande delivers a letter from President to Secretary-General of United Nations: Minister of Foreign Affairs
[11 June 2019]
Discuss UNDP projects in Yemen
[31 May 2019]
FM meets UN official
[29 May 2019]
FM congratulates Ethiopian counterpart on National Day
[27 May 2019]
  Economy
Over $23 bln losses of oil sector due to aggression: Oil Minister
[09/April/2019]
SANAA, April 9 (Saba) -Minister of Oil and Minerals Ahmed Daress on Tuesday said that the cost of losses in the oil and minerals sector due to the aggression estimated at over $ 23.6 billion dollars and 53.9 billion Yemeni riyals until the end of 2018.

"There are indirect losses and damage estimated at billions due to the aggression (Saudi-led coalition war) and siege and attacks on oil installations and fuel stations," the minister told a press conference held by the ministry in capital Sanaa, noting that the losses are increasing day by day as a result of the continual aggression.

Daress referred that the coalition is holding nine vessels carrying thousands of tons of oil derivatives.

"More than once, the coalition has held oil derivative ships and obstructed their access to the port of Hodeidah, despite obtaining permits from the United Nations," he said.

He added that the crisis of oil derivatives began to emerge because of the held ships, which would increase the suffering of citizens and would impact on all service sectors such as health, water, transport, agriculture, industry and other vital sectors.

The minister called on the United Nations and all international and humanitarian organizations to intervene urgently to release the ships held by the coalition and to neutralize the oil sector.


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