British aviation has launched a spree of targeted strikes on military targets, like the Houthis victorious you in Yemen. The purpose of these strikes is to weaken the military potential of the rebels.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated this, RBC-Ukraine reported on Sky News.
“The Royal Military Forces launched targeted strikes on military targets that are being fought by the Houthi rebels in Yemen. Over the past month, they have launched a series of unfortunate and destabilizing attacks on commerce. no shipping in the Red Sea, threatening British and other international vessels, which caused serious damage to the lives of important trade has led to an increase in prices for Syrian goods,” said Sunak.
For his words, regardless of the repeated advances in international cooperation, the Houthis continued their attacks on the Red Sea.
“The Kingdom will always stand for the freedom of navigation and the free flow of trade. Therefore, we have established a relationship between self-defense and the United States for ineffective support from the Netherlands, Canada and Bahrain against the goals associated with these attacks in order to weaken the military potential of the Houthis “and destroy global shipping,” he added.
The Prime Minister of Britain also stated that the Royal Navy will continue to patrol the Red Sea as part of the rich national operation “Guardian of Prosperity” to deter further Houthi aggression iv.
The United States and allies strike the Houthi bases near Yemeni
The United States and Britain launched a series of airstrikes last night, 12 pm, on the centers of the reserves and bases for the Houthis in Yemeni. According to ZMI, attacks on the grouped Houthis near the western part of Yemen were carried out by American and British aircraft, as well as Tomahawk ground attack missiles launched from US Navy ships in the Red Sea.
Nezabar confirmed the strikes US President Joe Biden . In other words, these strikes are a direct response to the unprecedented Houthi attacks on international shipping vessels near the Red Sea, including the launch of anti-ship ballistic missiles.
The reason for the strike was the Houthi argesia. against the courts at the Red Sea. So, around November 2023, the Houthis began to attack ships in the Red Sea. A 16-year-old British destroyer shot down a drone that went directly to a merchant ship.
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