Arab coalition intercepts two booby-trapped boats in the Red Sea

Today, the Arab coalition in Yemen announced the interception and destruction of two booby-trapped and remote boats launched by the Houthis from Hodeidah Governorate.

"This morning, Tuesday morning, the coalition naval forces detected an attempt by the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia to carry out imminent hostile and terrorist action in the south of the Red Sea, using two booby-trapped and remotely operated boats, launched by the Houthi terrorist militia from Hudaydah Governorate," said coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Maliki.

Colonel Al-Maliki added that "the two boats, which represent a threat to regional and international security, the means of maritime transport and international trade in the Bab al-Mandab strait and the southern Red Sea, have been damaged and destroyed."

Colonel al-Maliki stated that "the Houthi terrorist militia takes from Hodeidah Governorate a place to launch ballistic missiles, drones, booby-trapped and remote-operated boats, as well as random sea deployments, in flagrant violation of international humanitarian law."

Colonel Al-Maliki stressed that "the leadership of the coalition's joint forces continues to implement strict and deterrent measures against this terrorist militia, and to neutralize and destroy such capabilities that threaten regional and international security."


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