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Yemeni forces target US and allied ships in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea
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Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson Brigadier General Yahya Saree confirmed that three operations were conducted on Sunday targeting ships in the Red Sea and Arabian Sea.

1. First Operation: An American destroyer in the Red Sea was targeted with several ballistic missiles.

2. Second Operation: The ship CAPTAIN Paris was struck in the Red Sea using appropriate naval missiles.

3. Third Operation: The drone unit of the Yemeni Air Force attacked the ship Happy Condor in the Arabian Sea with several drones.

Saree emphasized the success of these operations, stating, "The three military operations in the Red and Arabian Seas achieved their objectives successfully."

Support for Palestine

Brigadier General Saree reiterated the Yemeni Armed Forces' ongoing commitment to support the Palestinian people and to respond to what he described as American and British aggression. "Our forces continue to champion the Palestinian people and respond to American and British aggression until the aggression stops and the blockade on Gaza is lifted," Saree asserted.

Continued Attacks on Violating Ships

On Thursday, Saree reported that the Yemeni Armed Forces targeted three ships in the Red and Arabian Seas. The first operation involved the missile force attacking the Verbena cargo ship in the Arabian Sea, which resulted in a fire on board.

US Central Command (CENTCOM) confirmed that Verbena was struck by two missiles, causing a fire. The second and third operations targeted the SeaGuardian and Athina vessels in the Red Sea with ballistic missiles and drones, resulting in direct hits.

TUTOR Targeted

These operations follow the Yemeni Armed Forces' announcement on Wednesday of a successful strike on the TUTOR vessel using sea drones. Saree stated that several ballistic missiles, along with sea and air drones, were used in the attack, causing severe damage to the ship and putting it at risk of sinking.

Maritime security firms and shipping sources had earlier reported that a Greek-owned cargo ship was struck by a small craft off Yemen's Red Sea port of Hodeidah, sustaining damage in its engine room and leaving the vessel not under the command of the crew.

US-UK Aggression on Yemen

On the same day, the United States and Britain launched a joint operation targeting a governmental facility in the al-Gabin district and a radio station in the Ramyah governorate of Yemen. The attack injured five civilians, including one critically, and caused heavy material damage to the targeted buildings, according to Al Mayadeen's correspondent in Sanaa.

The Yemeni Armed Forces' recent operations against US and allied ships highlight the ongoing conflict and the broader geopolitical tensions in the region. The attacks underscore Yemen's stance on supporting the Palestinian cause and retaliating against perceived aggressions by the United States and Britain. The international community remains concerned about the escalation of violence and its implications for regional stability. (ILKHA)



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