Gas Stations Closing Southern Yemen


Gasoline stations in the southern province of Aden, which is under control of the Saudi-led aggression, mark their 2nd month since their permanent closure due to some differences within the government of Hadi on oil revenues, as well as the oil merchant Ahmed al-Issa, monopoly of the import of oil derivatives through the Aden Refinery Company.

The price of petrol of 20 liters worth more than 6,500 riyals in Aden, despite the absence of a siege on the city.

Observers expect the escalation of the crisis of oil derivatives in southern Yemen in light of the facts and changes taken by the fugitive president, Abdu Rabbo Mansour Hadi.


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