The third consecutive oil derivatives ship, carrying 7200 tons of diesel fuel, was donated to the Mukalla port and provided by the United Arab Emirates in support of the electricity sector in Hadhramaut province, along with the brotherly Yemeni people, while Washington appreciated in the Security Council the UAE efforts. To support Yemen.

The Undersecretary of the Hadramout Governorate for Technical Affairs, Eng. Mohammed Al-Amoudi, thanked the UAE leadership, government and people for their fraternal stand alongside the Yemeni people in their ordeal. He praised the white hands of the UAE in the Yemeni arena, whose effects will remain immortal in the memory of the province and its people.

Dr. Khalid Al-Akbari, General Manager of the Oil Company of Sahel Hadramout Branch, explained that this oil subsidy will enhance the electric power in the province by increasing the operational capacity of the gas stations. He thanked the UAE Red Crescent for its humanitarian efforts to normalize life in the city and implement its infrastructure projects.

Meanwhile, the Director General of the Public Authority for Electricity of the Coast of Hadramout, Eng. Abdullah Hamran, noted the continued support of the UAE to the province of Hadramout in particular, and the liberated Yemeni governorates in general, to alleviate the suffering of the population of Hadramout, through the promotion and improvement of electricity.

For his part, the representative of the UAE Red Crescent in Hadramaut, Hamid al-Shamsi, who was receiving the ship, along with a number of Yemeni officials, that this ship comes in support of the electricity sector in Hadramaut, to ensure non-power outages, and normalize the lives of its residents under the guidance of the leadership Rational for the United Arab Emirates.

It is worth mentioning that an oil vessel docked on the Mukalla berth last week, carrying 7000 metric tons of diesel, provided by the United Arab Emirates as a second batch, in support of the electricity sector in the coast of Hadramout.

Al-Amoudi praised the UAE's continued support for the electricity of the Hadramaut coast to alleviate the burden of Yemeni citizens, especially those that affect their daily lives, such as electricity, which suffers from continuous deterioration and interruptions due to the shortage of oil derivatives. From the UAE, another ship followed in the same week carrying diesel fuel from the UAE as well.

US Ambassador to the Security Council Jonathan Cohen paid tribute to the efforts of the UAE and Saudi Arabia, which have provided funds to support Yemen's needs, allowing aid workers to do their jobs more effectively.

"We appreciate Saudi Arabia's efforts to facilitate dialogue in Yemen, and we continue to call on all parties to show restraint," Cohen said in a speech to the Security Council on Yemen last night.

The UAE ranked first globally, as the largest aid donor to the brotherly people of Yemen in 2019.

This was according to the report of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on the countries that are funding the humanitarian response plan for Yemen, from the beginning of 2019, until 23 September 2019.

According to the report, between 2015 and 23 September, UAE assistance to the Yemeni people amounted to AED 21.70 billion (US $ 5.91 billion).

The Saudi Ambassador to Yemen and General Supervisor of the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen, Ambassador Mohammed bin Said Al Jaber, said last July that the Kingdom had made a deposit of $ 3.2 billion to the Central Bank of Yemen.

He added that power plants in Yemen were supplied with fuel worth $ 180 million in installments.

In September, Saudi Arabia provided $ 500 million to support humanitarian work in Yemen, according to UN aid official Mark Lockock.

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Its effects are immortal in the memory of the province and its people.

- The UAE ranked first globally,

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