The General Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs denounced the mercenaries of the US-Saudi aggression coalition and the Islah militias detonating dozens of locomotives loaded with fuel and gas after their clash with tribesmen of Wadi Ubaidah in Ma'rib Governorate.
The authority said in a statement that the Yemeni news agency (Saba) received a copy of it, "Clashes erupted between the Al-Islah party militias affiliated with the aggression, and the tribes of Wadi Ubaidah in the Ma'rib Governorate, which caused the burning of more than 39 locomotives loaded with oil and gas derivatives that were parked in Hosh near the Rakah point on the road to Marib lessons.
The statement stressed that the Islah party militias are sowing discord and provoking problems between the tribes and sheikhs of Ma'rib, looting property, destroying equipment, and engaging the people of the province in fighting for its terrorist projects.
He pointed out that the people of Ma'rib Governorate are subjected to a war of extermination, displacement, systematic destruction, continuous targeting by the aggression's warplanes, and looting of oil wealth.
The General Authority for Regulating Land Transport Affairs held the coalition of aggression and its mercenaries and terrorist reform militias fully responsible for the deliberate targeting of land transportation, whether transporting citizens between governorates or goods.