Al-Houthi announces an initiative to withdraw the sunken British ship

A member of the Supreme Political Council announced today, Saturday, an initiative that allows for the withdraw and rescue of the sunken British ship in exchange for the entry of relief trucks into Gaza.

Follow-ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Member of the Supreme Political Council, Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, stated in a post on the (X) platform that “it is possible to withdraw the sunken British ship in exchange for the entry of relief trucks into Gaza, and this is an offer that can be studied.”

Bloggers and activists circulated a video showing the fire escalating from the British ship “RUBYMAR,” which was targeted on Monday in the Gulf of Aden.

Earlier, the spokesman for the Sana’a forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, revealed in a statement that the naval forces affiliated with Sana’a carried out a qualitative military operation targeting a British ship “RUBYMAR” in the Gulf of Aden, clarifying that the operation was carried out “with a number of suitable naval missiles.”

According to Brigadier General Saree’s statement, the operation resulted in “severe damage to the ship, causing it to come to a complete stop, and now it is at risk of sinking in the Gulf of Aden.” He explained that the Sana’a forces ensured the “safe evacuation of the ship’s crew” during the operation.

The Sana’a forces emphasized that “their operations in the Red and Arabian Seas will not stop until the aggression ends and the siege on the Gaza Strip is lifted.”

Earlier, Al-Houthi stated that “the American should realize that when he bombs and claims to be in a state of defense, he basically came to our country with his planes and battleships to kill us, so we are not afraid at all, and we don’t care. Rather, any ship that tries to be against the Yemeni people will sink.”

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