comments have been disabled.
Sources from the agricultural societies in Hodeidah and Hajja said that a large amount of their agricultural products are still being held at Haradh outlet waiting for the Saudi authorities’ permission to cross into the kingdom.
A number of Yemeni truck drivers said that the thousand of tons of agricultural products in their trucks are in danger of damage if their detention continued beyond the next three days.
The detention came after the Saudi authorities captured a drug trafficker trying to smuggle a large amount of drugs into Saudi Arabia.
The prices of some Yemeni agricultural products are suffering an unprecedented level of decline in markets in recent years, such as those of grapes and plums which used to have very high prices.
The recession led to heavy losses for a large number of Yemeni farmers, estimated to be tens of millions of riyals.