Sunday, April 3, 2022

1st fuel tanker arrives at Hudaydah after Yemen truce

A fuel tanker docked at the Hudaydah port in western Yemen on Sunday, the first since a UN-brokered truce took effect a day earlier, according to Houthi rebels.  

Essam al-Motwakel, a spokesman for the Houthi-run Oil Company in Sanaa, said a vessel carrying mazut, a low quality fuel, arrived at the Hudaydah port after being withheld for 88 days.  

He said three other fuel ships are still withheld, but didn't give further details.  

A two-month truce brokered by UN special envoy Hans Grundberg came into force in war-torn Yemen on Saturday.  

Under the deal, all air, ground and maritime attacks by Houthi rebels, government forces and the Saudi-led coalition will be halted. 

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