Coalition: Destroy a trap boat in front of Hodeidah, ready to launch an attack

The Coalition for Legitimacy Support in Yemen announced the destruction of a booby-trap vessel on Monday in exchange of Hodeidah He is equipped to carry out an impending attack. He stressed the continued violation of the provisions of the Stockholm Agreement and the ceasefire by the Houthi militias in Hodeidah Governorate.

He also pointed out that the behavior of Iranian Houthis threatens maritime navigation and global trade in the Bab al-Mandab Strait and the Southern Red Sea.

Literal execution of Iranian dictates

Meanwhile, Yemeni Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryani considered the repeated attempts by the Houthi militia to launch terrorist attacks against commercial vessels and oil tankers on international shipping lines in the Red Sea and Bab al-Mandab to be “the literal implementation. of Iranian dictates “.

He also added in a tweet on his Twitter account today that these attempts confirm the militias’ adoption of political and military escalation to expand the war and undermine international efforts to calm down.

He stressed that “the continuation of these failed attempts confirms once again the exploitation by the militias of the agreement with Sweden and the extension of their control over the ports of Hodeidah and the coastal strip of the province, to plan and prepare the implementation of their terrorist actions activities that destabilize the pace and regional and international security and threaten the interests of the whole world. “

Interestingly, on October 24, the coalition also announced the destruction of a boat on the island of Kamaran, opposite Salif. inGovernorate of HodeidahReady to launch an impending attack.

Stockholm agreement at the end of 2018

Interestingly, the United Nations sponsored an agreement between the Yemeni government and the Houthis, in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, in late 2018.

The agreement devoted part of its main provisions to the military truce in the coastal city of Hodeidah in western Yemen, which included a ceasefire, the establishment of security forces and the coast guard in the city and its three ports, with the withdrawal of militias from outside and the removal of the mines they had planted.

Although the deal came, according to observers, to save the militia after a rapid advance by joint forces that reached the neighborhoods of Hodeidah and sealed off most of its sides, the Houthis continued their direct violations of the ceasefire. fire and continued to lay mines, bomb civilians and refuse to withdraw from the city and its ports.

The militias, from the entrance in force of the Stockholm Agreement, they also deliberately committed crimes against civilians by bombing villages, residential neighborhoods and farms in various districts of the governorate.

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