The coalition added that militias fired 432 ballistic missiles from Hodeidah, as well as 100 booby-trapped boats to target navigation in the Red Sea.
The coalition’s official spokesman, Brigadier General Turki Al-Maliki, said 13 violations were recorded on commercial ships by Hodeidah’s Houthi militia, noting that the Houthi militia had planned to attack and kidnap the Emirati-flagged Rawabi ship. United Arabs in international waters.
He said the ship was carrying aid for those affected by cyclones on the island of Socotra.
He also indicated in a video presentation that the militias attacked the tugboat “Rabigh 3” in the southern Red Sea and also targeted the Saudi oil tanker Abqaiq in the Red Sea.
The coalition also presented the names of the participants in the Houthi piracy operations in the Red Sea, noting that terrorist Mansour Al-Saadi is in charge of the Houthi piracy operations from the port of Hodeidah, while Hassan Erlo, the former Iranian ambassador in Yemen, was overseeing the Houthi piracy operations.
The coalition has indicated that the Iranian ship “Savez” is a military ship with civilian cover for the transport of Iranian weapons to Hodeidah. He said the Iranians supplied the Houthis with weapons and missiles through the port of Hodeidah.
He added that the port of Hodeidah is the main port for receiving Iranian ballistic missiles, showing special images of ballistic missiles in the port.
He also indicated that Iranian missiles are being assembled in the port before being relocated in other sites.
The coalition presented the locations of the Houthi warehouses for Iranian ballistic missiles near Hodeidah, noting that the Houthis stock Iranian missiles in tunnels near Hodeidah before moving them to Sanaa.
The Coalition to Support Legittimacy also unveiled prove of recruiting Houthi children to threaten and international maritime piracy and others prove which unmask the attack by the Houthi militia on a Turkish ship carrying grain.
He added that the militias are using Iran’s “Noor” missile system to target ships, presenting prove of booby-trapped boat operations and their experience in threatening international shipping.
The coalition presented a ‘area military test for the Houthi militia near the port of Salif, noting that they are testing booby-trapped boats near the port. He said the militias are militarily exploiting the port of Salif, as well as using civilians as human shields there.
He stressed that the United Nations was not in unable to implement the Stockholm Agreement due to the intransigence of the Houthi militia, noting that the Saudi initiative to resolve the Yemeni crisis is still on the table. The militias are using the Iranian “Noor” missile system to target ships.
The Iranian ship “Savez” is a military ship with civilian cover for the transport of Iranian weapons to Hodeidah.
The port of Hodeidah is the main port for receiving Iranian ballistic missiles
The militias use the port of Saleef militarily and there they use civilians as human shields.
The United Nations was not in unable to implement the Stockholm Agreement due to the intransigence of the Houthi militia. The Saudi initiative to resolve the Yemeni crisis is still on the table.