Yemeni warning to the European Union regarding its fleet in the Red Sea

Today, Wednesday, Yemen issued a warning to the European Union. This comes ahead of the deployment of a new fleet in the Red Sea.

Exclusive – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Mohammed Al-Houthi, a member of the Political Council, the highest authority in Sana’a, stated during an interview with Al Jazeera regarding the expected European deployment, that there is no need or legitimacy to militarize the Red Sea and ignite wars in the region, warning of the adverse results.

Al-Houthi considered that the participation of any country in the militarization of the Red Sea would be treated as a partner in threatening navigation, similar to America and Britain, and it would bear the consequences.

He pointed out that any country that has concerns about its ships and navigation in the Red Sea can dispel this by increasing coordination instead of getting involved in a pointless war.

He also reiterated that targeting Israeli, American, and British ships is a response to the atrocities committed by the occupation against the people of Gaza and the role of those countries in protecting it, adding that any Western intervention in the Red Sea is tantamount to drowning in a new impasse, urging those countries to take a lesson from the “failed” American and British experience.

Al-Houthi also downplayed the significance of Western deployments in light of the failure of American and British battleships and arsenals, considering any intervention as causing significant economic damage to those countries and increasing tension in the Red Sea.

He emphasized the necessity of exerting pressure to stop the Israeli aggression and the blockade on Gaza in order to de-escalate the situation in the region.

These statements come days before the deployment of a European fleet in the Red Sea.

The fleet, led by Greece under the slogan “The Shield,” is to be for the protection of Union vessels, according to the European Union. Although Sana’a affirms that navigation is safe for all ships except those heading to the occupation ports and those associated with them.

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