Sana’a: Foreign Presence in the Red Sea Provokes 40 million Yemenis

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The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sana’a government, Hussein Al-Ezzi, on Sunday condemned America’s behavior in the Red Sea.

In a tweet on Twitter, Al-Ezzi considered the American presence in Yemeni territorial waters “an illegal act and brazen bullying” that would provoke all residents of the Republic of Yemen.

Any presence of US forces in Yemeni waters is an illegal act and brazen bullying that would provoke 40 million Yemenis,” referring to the popular rejection of the foreign presence in Yemen, Al-Ezzi said.

Al-Ezzi urged America to respect international laws, to refrain completely from threatening maritime navigation, and to immediately stop all its practices that might endanger international peace and security.

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