In a recorded speech, Sarri added that they would not hesitate to expand the scope of the operation “to include unintended targets of Israel’s enemies on land or at sea,” stressing that the pursuit of Israeli ships in the Red Sea would continue.
“The Yemeni armed forces confirm that once Israel ceases its aggression against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, their military operations will also cease,” he said in a statement.
Israeli shipping company Zim announced on Wednesday that its ships will leave Egypt’s Suez Canal due to the situation in the Arabian and Red Seas after Houthi rebels seized an Israeli ship and another was attacked in the Red Sea. Conducted by a drone over the Indian Ocean.
On November 19, the Houthi armed forces announced that they had sailed the Israeli ship “Galaxy Leader” to… Yemen After its warplanes seized control of the Red Sea, it said the move was in response to Israel’s war on the Gaza Strip.
A container ship owned by an Israeli billionaire was attacked by a drone in the Indian Ocean last week, the Associated Press reported, citing U.S. officials.
Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdul Salam said on Wednesday that the fate of the ship, which had been held hostage by the group for ten days, was closely linked to the choice of the Palestinian resistance group.
After repeatedly announcing the use of large numbers of missiles and drones to target Israel, the Houthis vowed to attack ships owned or operated by Israeli companies that support Gaza and called on countries to withdraw their citizens working on the ships.