The Yemeni government declares its absolute rejection of the Houthi terrorist threat to international shipping traffic

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(Aden Al-Ghad) Specialty:

The Yemeni government affirmed its absolute rejection of the acts of maritime piracy carried out by the Houthi militias, with the full support of the Iranian regime, in the Yemeni territorial waters, which represents a serious threat to maritime navigation and international peace and security.

The government said in its statement, “These terrorist acts launched by the Houthi militias on behalf of the Iranian regime would deepen the humanitarian crisis for the Yemeni people, and double the economic burdens, insurance and shipping costs on ships heading to Yemeni ports.”

The statement added, “Such terrorist attacks will serve the interest of foreign powers, including turning territorial waters into a theater of conflict, expanding Israeli influence and armed groups in the region.”

The Yemeni government has confirmed that these terrorist attacks are a natural result of the international community’s abandonment of its responsibilities to deter those rogue militias, which over the past years have launched dozens of armed robberies and naval bombardments against commercial ships of various nationalities, oil facilities, national interests, and civil objects. In neighboring countries.

The government called on the countries next to the Red Sea to take urgent action to face this Iranian abuse of the security of the region and freedom of international navigation in one of the most important trade routes in the world.

The government reaffirmed that the best way to show solidarity and support the Palestinian cause is to unite the Arab and Muslim ranks to confront the arrogance of the occupying Israeli government, and pressure it to stop its crimes and gross violations of human rights, provide aid to the besieged Palestinian people, to support their right to self-defense, and to establish Its independent state is fully sovereign.

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