An Iranian ship carrying narcotics was hijacked in en route to the Houthi militia

Naval forces in the port of Hadibo in Socotra governorate, in coordination with the security and intelligence services, they managed to seize an Iranian ship carrying drugs bound for the Houthi terrorist militia. This was explained by the Yemeni Minister of Culture and Tourism, Muammar Al-Eryani, in a series of tweets about his account on the site social network (Twitter), noting that the seizure of this ship confirms the continuation of the regime of the Iranian mullahs in unloading Yemeni lands with shipments of weapons, drones and drugs, noting that in recent years numerous Iranian ships and sailors involved in trafficking and in drug trafficking, using it as the main source of funding for their militias in the region, including the Lebanese Hezbollah militia and the Houthis, luring young people into terrorist activities and destroying human capabilities in targeted countries.

Noting that the Houthi militia, under the supervision of prominent leaders, has set up drug trafficking networks with the aim of flooding Yemen with this scourge, using it as a source of funding for its subversive activities and inciting thousands of deceived young people to join his ranks, brainwashing them and sending them as fuel for his absurd battles against the security and stability of Yemen and the region.

Al-Eryani concluded his tweets, calling on the international community, the United Nations, permanent members of the Security Council and envoys from the United Nations and the United States to take a clear stand on Iranian interference in Yemeni affairs and its continued smuggling of arms and drugs, which constitutes a flagrant violation of international laws and statutes and Security Council resolutions relating to the Yemeni crisis.