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A marine accident has been reported in the east of Hajja, Yemen

The Trade Coordination Center of the British Navy announced the occurrence of an incident in the city of Nishtun, located in the province of Hajja, Yemen.

The UK Navy Trade Coordination Center (UKMTO) announced on Tuesday that it received a report of an incident 180 nautical miles east of Nishtun, Yemen.

This center has not mentioned more details and damages and casualties caused by this incident.

This incident occurs while Yemen’s Ansarullah has recently unveiled its newest weapon. Earlier, the Ansarullah movement attacked four commercial ships in the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.

The Yemeni army has targeted several Israeli ships or ships bound for the occupied territories in the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandab strait in support of the resistance of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip since November last year, and says that the army forces of this country are committed until the regime If Israel does not stop its attacks on Gaza, the attacks on the ships of this regime or the ships bound for the occupied territories will continue in the Red Sea. In response, the United States and its allies have been attacking Ansarullah targets in Yemen since January.

At the same time, the forces of the Yemeni army have emphasized that navigation in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea is free for other ships, and they enjoy full security.

America and England, along with 8 other countries, started attacking Ansarullah positions in Yemen on 21st of last month, equal to 11th of January 2024, following the resolution of the United Nations Security Council.

Translator: Azam Purkand


© Webangah News Hub has translated this news from the source of Young Journalists Club
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