Sana’a tightens the noose at sea, and the UAE transports the occupation entity’s goods by land
The Israeli newspaper “Maariv” revealed the signing of an agreement to establish a land bridge between the ports of Haifa and Dubai to “overcome the threat of the Al-Houthis,” who have decided to prevent Israeli ships from passing through the Red and Arabian Seas.
Follow ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
“Amidst the war, an agreement (whose parties were not specified) has been signed to operate a land bridge between the port of Dubai and the port of Haifa,” according to “Maariv.”
It added that the planned land bridge aims to “bypass the Houthis’ blockade of Israeli ships in Yemen by cutting off the shipping lanes on the way to Israel.”
Earlier, the spokesman for Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, stated that they would continue to target Israeli ships, including those chartered by companies owned by Israelis in the Red Sea and the Bab Al-Mandeb Strait, until “the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip comes to a complete end.”
A correspondent for the Hebrew newspaper “Maariv” stated that the agreement stipulates the transportation of goods via the “land bridge” that connects the UAE, through Saudi Arabia and Jordan, to the port of Haifa in Israel, in a manner that ensures the arrival of the goods, including the requirements of the “Israeli Ministry of Defense.”