Yahya Saree, the spokesperson of the Yemeni Armed Forces, announced that Yemen’s Naval Forces have conducted two military operations in the Red Sea targeting ships belonging to the US and UK.
According to the spokesperson, the first operation targeted US ship “Star Nasia”, while the other one targeted the British “Morning Tide” using “suitable naval missiles” and stressing that “strikes were direct and accurate.”
Saree also announced the intention of the Yemeni Armed Forces to carry out additional military operations against US and British targets in the Arabian and Red Seas, asserting their right to respond to aggression and defend Yemen and its people.
Moreover, the spokesperson reiterated the Yemeni Armed Forces’ commitment to pursue military operations in the Red Sea, specifically targeting Israeli shipping and vessels en route to occupied Palestinian ports. These actions would continue until the siege on Gaza is lifted and the aggression against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip ceases.
The Spokesperson for the #Yemeni Armed Forces, Yahya Saree, announced the targeting of two ships, the #US ship “Star Nasia”, and the #British “Morning Tide”, in the Red Sea, through two separate military operations. Utilizing naval missiles, the Yemeni forces achieved precise…
In turn, sources told Al Mayadeen that “the operation was carried out despite American and British overflights,” and despite the ongoing bombardment of Hodeidah and Saada in recent days.
Earlier today, Yemeni news agency SABA reported that three airstrikes targeted the eastern part of the city of Saada in northern Yemen, in a new aggression by the US-UK duo.
Violent means will not resolve any problems with Yemen: Deputy FM
No entity can resolve its problems with Yemen via violent means, Deputy Foreign Minister for the Sanaa government, Hussein al-Aazzi, stressed, adding that the only way these issues can be resolved is through “wisdom and dialogue.”
Speaking at a press conference on Monday, al-Aazzi praised Saudi Arabia’s position on the unraveling developments in the Red Sea and affirmed that the Sanaa government will continue to seek peace with surrounding governments.
The diplomat thanked the people of the United States and the United Kingdom who expressed support for the Yemeni people in the face of the ongoing aggression led by their governments against Yemen.
He pointed out that the US-British-led aggression executed approximately 300 strikes on Yemen, affirming that the United States “cannot escape punishment.”
He called for efforts to bolster worldwide support for Yemen and “reject the aggressive policies adopted by America and Britain towards our region,” explaining that Washington guises its aggressions with deceptive pretexts.