Oil sepagage threatening marine life


A total of 12 rickety oil tankers threaten the environment in the port of Aden in southern Yemen, three of which until recently contained oil. Although the authorities unloaded one of them, the second tanker named Coral carries ninety tons, and the third tanker Fanol contains about thirty and thirty-five tons of oil, according to Riyadh Saeed, director General of Inspection and Ship Registration at the Maritime Affairs Authority. Saeed warned that any oil spill would cause an environmental disaster, as it would destroy marine life and the food chain along the coast of Aden, causing direct harm to the residents.

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