Yemen Update - 21/08/15
GAC has advised the Club that the naval forces of the Saudi Arabian Coalition have restricted access to Saleef port and it is reported that all ships were ordered out of Saleef port at 02:35 am 21/08/2015.
It is also reported that naval forces have arrested ships at Bab Al Mandab and are preventing vessels from entering Yemeni ports.
The situation in Yemen remains unstable and Members should exercise caution when calling at ports in the region. The Club will continue to monitor events, for more information Members should get in touch with their usual Club contact.
Further information is available on ourYemen Resource page
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