Djibouti refutes the American narrative regarding the Red Sea

Djibouti affirmed the stability of navigation in the Red Sea, stating that cargo ships have not been subjected to any attacks except those associated with the usurping Israeli entity.

Follow-ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

These statements came to once again undermine all the American claims regarding international navigation being at risk. The statements are part of the American effort to protect Israeli interests in the Red Sea, as confirmed by Sana’a.

The Chief of Ports in Djibouti, Abu Bakr Omar, stated in a media statement that “navigation in the Red Sea has not been affected, and cargo ships have not been subjected to any attacks except those associated with Israel.”

In recent days, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Djibouti, Mohammed Ali Yusuf, made statements praising the qualitative operations by the Sana’a forces against Israeli ships in the Red Sea in support of Gaza.

The Djiboutian minister said in a local conference, “As an Arab Muslim country, if we have a duty to support our Palestinian brothers, even with the weakest faith, which is support through words, how can you object if your brother supports and assists another brother?”

He clarified that “when Yemen’s Sana’a forces the (Al-Houthis) carried out the first attack on Israeli ships, our country did not condemn or denounce those attacks; the reason being that we consider it a brotherly stance to help our brothers in the Gaza Strip.”

In the same context, Sana’a sent a strong-worded message to the US, affirming that it “will not prevent Yemen from continuing its support operations for the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.”

Mohammed Abdul-Salam, the head of Sana’a’s negotiating delegation, stated that the statements of American officials regarding developments in the Red Sea, as if they are a threat to the interests of the world, are an American attempt to divert attention from the Israeli massacres against the people of Gaza, explaining that “this is what the whole world should stop at.”

The head of the negotiating delegation emphasized that “the insistence of the ruling elite in Washington to go far in supporting Israel against Gaza will explode the situation in the region.”

He stressed that “America must bear the consequences of this arrogance and realize that its militarization of the Red Sea will not prevent Yemen from continuing its support operations for the Palestinian resistance in Gaza.”

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