The Saleh-Houthi coup militia has set up a customs port of entry in Almalajem district of Beidha province in central Yemen.
At the port, customs taxes are levied on trailers and lorries transporting goods from government controlled to their own controlled parts of the country.
"The militias have set up a special customs building with a very large fenced space," local sources told Saba.
"Dozens of lorries and trailers laden with goods and cars for which customs have already been settled are stalled in the port. Denied entry from Marib to the Houthi-held territories unless they pay new customs fees," the sources said.