Aden - Saba
Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdulmalik affirmed that the state and government have put in place a number of measures and options to deal with the repeated terrorist attacks by the Houthi militia and its supporters from the Iranian regime on the oil facilities and the capabilities of the homeland and the Yemeni people.
The Prime Minister said in a press conference held today, Wednesday, in the interim capital Aden,that the priorities of the state and the political, economic, security, and military government are to secure the oil sector, one of the basic resources for the state's general budget. He pointed out that securing oil facilities from any attacks and responding to them, is accompanied by activating work.
With the laws in force and taking punitive measures against violators of Yemeni laws and regulations, including stressing adherence to Resolutions (49) and (75) related to the import and distribution of oil derivatives, and other measures, while ensuring that the citizen is not affected by any measures … stressing that the attacks on oil facilities are a dangerous turning point and have significant negative impact on the human side.
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