Decision to ban the entry of ships carrying petroleum derivatives and goods that do not have funds through the central bank

Decision to ban the entry of ships carrying petroleum derivatives and goods that do not have funds through the central bank

The Ministry of Transport has been directed not to allow the entry of commodities and petroleum derivatives that do not have funds, collections and documentary remittances through the Yemeni central bank of Aden.

The Yemeni government issued a decision in its attempt to save the Yemeni economy, which focused on restricting the import of essential goods and petroleum derivatives through credits, collections and documentary remittances through the central bank of Yemen.

The Ministry of Transport said in a circular to the shipping room, companies and shipping agencies, on Sunday, "Al Masdar online " got a copy of it, "it was decided not to grant permits to ships carrying shipments of petroleum derivatives or any of the basic commodities (wheat, sugar, rice, milk, oil), except Under the documents confirming the import of the consignment through any of the funds, collections or documentary remittances through the central bank of Yemen in Aden.

"Without submitting the documents referred to above when applying for a permit and ensuring that they are in conformity with the statement of the central bank of Yemen in Aden, the request for permission to enter any port in the Republic of Yemen will not be accepted," the circular added.

"No permit will be granted to ships carrying shipments of petroleum derivatives or commodities until the above-mentioned spectrum is fulfilled as of October 9, 2018," said the circular.


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