New warnings for ships crossing the Red Sea

The prominent leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, has warned ships crossing the Red Sea against risking and heading towards the occupied ports in Palestine.

Follow-up – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Al-Houthi said in a post on his official page on the (X) platform, “To avoid dangers in the Red Sea, we advise not going to the occupied ports in Palestine, not disabling the communication devices, promptly responding to orders from the Yemeni Navy, and not falsifying identity or raising flags other than the flags of the owning state.”

Deputy Prime Minister for Defense and Security Affairs of Sana’a, Lieutenant General Jallal Al-Rowaishan affirmed, “Yemen can’t retreat from carrying out operations against the Zionist enemy with the continuation of the aggression and siege on the Gaza Strip.”

All of this comes after Sana’a announced yesterday, Tuesday, the details of a qualitative military operation carried out in the past few hours against one of the ships heading to the Israeli enemy, which insisted on ignoring warnings.

The military spokesman for Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, said in a military statement that the Norwegian ship “Estrinda” was loaded with oil and heading towards the Israeli entity when it was targeted by a suitable naval missile during a “qualitative military operation.”

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