Coalition targets Houthi booby-trapped boats north of Hodeidah


September Net

The spokesman for the Arab coalition supporting legitimate Yemeni government Col. Turki Al-Maliki, said that the joint forces of the coalition carried out, on Friday at dawn, an operation targeting quality north of Hodeidah province, against hostile targets belonging to the Houthi terrorist militias that threaten regional and international security.

Col. Al-Maliki explained that the destroyed targets included four sites for the collection and booby-trapping of remote-controlled boats, as well as naval mines, where these sites are used to carry out hostilities and terrorist operations that threaten shipping lines and international trade in the Strait of Bab Al-Mandab and the southern Red Sea.

Col. Al-Maliki added that the Houthi terrorist militias are taking place from Hodeidah province to launch ballistic missiles, drones, booby-trapped and remote-controlled boats, as well as the indiscriminate deployment of naval mines, in clear violation of international humanitarian law, violation of the provisions of the Stockholm Agreement and the ceasefire agreement in Hodeidah.

He stressed that the command of the joint forces of the coalition has the legitimate right to take and implement appropriate deterrence measures, to deal with these legitimate objectives, in accordance with international humanitarian law and customary rules, while continuing to support all political efforts to implement the Stockholm Agreement, and end the coup.



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