Sana’a Defense Minister: We will resort to options that exceed all expectations in naval confrontations

Sana’a Defense Minister, Major General Mohammed Nasser Al-Atifi, reiterated his warning to the Americans and the British that the upcoming naval confrontations will be more severe and more painful, surpassing all expectations, stressing that “the next phase is open to wide-ranging developments, and the armed forces have multiple cards that they have not resorted to.”

Al-Hudaydah – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

In a meeting with the morale guidance staff of the military sectors and brigades in the Fifth Military Zone, Major General Al-Atifi stated that “the trio of evil and criminality, America, Britain, and Israel, as well as those who revolve around them, should fully comprehend the speech of Commander Abdulmalik Badr Al-ddin Al-Houthi.” This was in reference to Al-Houthi hinting at surprises that the enemy or friend would not anticipate in the event of continued aggression on Gaza.

He affirmed that the Yemeni Navy will always be vigilant on any Zionist, American, or British ship attempting to violate the ban that we imposed on the movement of these ships in the Red and Arabian Seas, and he addressed “Washington and London, saying, “If you see yourselves concerned with protecting the Zionist orgy, then it is incumbent upon us to support and stand by the Palestinian people.”

He also pointed out that “the American and British aggression on Yemen was a response to Yemen’s stance and its armed forces’ support for the Palestinian people and their valiant resistance in Gaza,” stressing that “the blatant and repeated attacks by the Americans and British did not and will not affect the armed forces or the morale of our Yemeni people.”

The defense minister called on “countries blindly following the American and British path to refrain from committing any foolishness by entering suspicious alliances against Yemen.” He stated, “The Yemeni Navy closely monitors and tracks all movements in the Red and Arabian Seas.”

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