Response of Ansar Allah to the formation of the naval alliance
The British news agency “Reuters” quoted a senior official in the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement as an important comment regarding the US’ announcement of forming a military alliance to protect Israeli ships in the Red Sea.
Follow up – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
According to the agency, the unnamed leader confirmed that “Sana’a’s position towards the Palestinian issue will not change regardless of the formation of a maritime alliance.”
In turn, Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, a member of the political bureau in Sana’a, revealed that Sana’a rejected an American request to open channels of communication, stressing that this matter does not honor.
Al-Houthi posted a tweet on his official account on the platform (X), saying, “America has repeatedly sought direct communication with the Yemeni Republic in Sana’a, but this was rejected.”
The prominent leader of the Ansar Allah movement added, “We are not honored to communicate directly with the killer of the children of Yemen and Gaza.”
All of this comes in conjunction with the US’ announcement of a maritime military alliance to protect Israeli ships in the Red Sea from attacks by Sana’a forces.