• 22/02/2024 12:23

The Houthis attacked a tanker with Russian oil in the Red Sea with a missile

The Houthis launched a missile attack on a tanker carrying Russian naphtha off the coast of Yemen. It appears that the rocket launch took place 90 nautical miles away from the Yemen port city of Aden.

RBC-Ukraine reports this via correspondence with Reuters.

The Organization of Maritime Trading their operation The received Kingdom means that the rocket was recorded landing in the water at a distance of 400-500 meters from the tanker, with three small ships directly behind it. It appears that there was no damage to the victims as a result of the missile attack.

It appears that another tanker carrying Russian oil was the target of the Houthi attack.

It appears that the ship was chosen as a target for impact, most likely, on the basis of old secretly accessible information. Previously, the tanker was owned by one of the British companies.

Attacks on civilian ships near the Red Sea

The Houthis, who control most of the territory of Yemen, have intensified security attacks since the 19th leaf fall pilots and various types of missiles on commercial vessels near the Red Sea, which is destroyed by protest against military operations against Israel near the Gaza Strip.

The United States and Britain last night launched strikes from the wind and from the sea against the Houthi military targets Iv u Yemeni. The strikes targeted the Houthi drones and missiles, radars, and their main centers.

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