Yemeni Armed Forces Carry Out Relentless Attacks On US, Israeli Ships!

Tuesday 28 May 2024 - 06:34

The Yemeni armed forces carried out five more missile and drone operations against US and Israeli commercial and military ships in continuation of their military operations in the Red Sea and the Indian Ocean.

Brigadier General Yahya Saree, spokesman for the Yemeni Armed Forces pointed to the recent attacks by the Yemeni army on illegal ships, noting that the naval and missile units of the Yemeni armed forces carried out three joint operations, the names of those strikes are as follows:

– Attack on the US ship Largo Desert in the Indian Ocean.

– Attack on the Israeli ship MSC Michela in the Indian Ocean.

– Attack on the ship Minerva Lisa in the Red Sea for violating the decision to ban entry into the ports of occupied Palestine.

In addition to these attacks, the Yemeni drone unit also, with the help of God Almighty, targeted two US military ships in the Red Sea in two operations.

At the end of his statement, Brigadier General Saree reiterated that the Yemeni armed forces will continue to support the oppressed people of Palestine until the end of the Israeli attacks and the lifting of the siege of the Gaza Strip.

The ship Largo Desert is a chemical/oil tanker that has been operating under the Marshall Islands flag since 2018. This ship was heading from South Africa to the port of Beira in Mozambique. The ship MSC Michela is also a container ship with the Madeira flag, and accurate information about its recent origin and destination has not been recorded. The ship Minerva Lisa is also an oil tanker that has been operating under the Liberian flag since 2004. This ship was also moving from an unknown origin towards the port of Al-Ain Al-Sokhna.

According to the statistics of the IWN, the attacks of the Yemeni army on the vessels mentioned in the statement of Brigadier General Yahya Saree are the 84th, 85th, 86th, 87th and 88th official attacks by the Yemeni armed forces against illegal ships (Israel, the United States, Britain, and vessels affiliated with them) in the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, and also the Indian Ocean.

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