Houthi militia’s remote-controlled exploding boats intercepted, destroyed

Riyadh, The Official Spokesman of the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy in Yemen COL Turki Al-Malki, has stated that the “Coalition Naval forces detected an attempt by the Iran-backed terrorist Houthi militia to conduct an imminent hostile, terrorist act in Southern Red Sea using (2) R/C exploding boats launched from Hodeida governorate.”

In a statement posted by Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Al-Maliki added that “the two boats, representing a threat to regional and international security as well as SLOCs and international trade in Southern Red Sea and Bab-el-Mandeb strait, were totaled and destroyed.”

“The terrorist Iran-backed Houthi militia is using Hodeida Governorate as a ballistic missile, UAV, remote controlled exploding boat launch hub and naval mine indiscriminate deployment in a blatant violation of the International Humanitarian Law and the Stockholm Agreement’s Hodeida Ceasefire. The number of detected and destroyed R/C exploding boats has reached (46), Naval mines detected and destroyed has reached (153).

“The Joint Forces Command of the Coalition will continue to implement all strict, deterring measures against this terrorist militia to neutralize and eliminate such threats that threaten regional and international security,” he also said.

Source: Bahrain News Agency