British naval sources reported that two missiles exploded – today, Friday – at sea near a ship off the port of Aden in southern Yemen, indicating that no damage was caused.
The Embry Maritime Security Agency said that an oil tanker flying the Panama flag “reported seeing two explosions” in the Gulf of Aden, which was confirmed by the British Navy’s UK MTO agency.
While UKMTO indicated that the two missiles exploded in the water, EMBRY indicated that the two missiles exploded about a nautical mile from the Indian oil tanker, and at an altitude of between 200 and 300 meters above water level.
“The target was not clear at the time of the report. There were no reports of damage,” Ambry added, adding that ships were requesting military assistance at the time.
Operations will continue
Al-Houthi added, in a televised speech, that the Red Sea battle “is linked to what is happening in Gaza, and is not separate as the Americans portray it, and it will stop with the cessation of Zionist crime.”
The Houthi attacks are hindering navigation in the Red Sea, through which 12% of global trade passes, and have caused the cost of transportation to double as a result of shipping companies diverting their ships to… Cape of Good Hope In the far south of Africa, which prolongs the journey between Asia and Europe for about a week.
In an attempt to deter the Houthis and protect navigation, on the 12th and 22nd of this month, American and British forces launched strikes on their military sites in Yemen, and yesterday they imposed sanctions on prominent leaders of the Houthi group.