An important comment on the development of the naval battle

A prominent military figure in the Sana’a forces made an important comment in the past few hours regarding the development of the naval battle, affirming that Sana’a continues to monitor and target enemy ships at sea.

Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

In a statement to the UNIYZ News Agency about the ongoing Yemeni operations and their escalation during the blessed month of Ramadan, General Ghurab confirmed that “the escalation is ongoing and in an urgent state, especially during Ramadan.”

Ghurab pointed out that “the major operations announced earlier by the leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, are linked to the enemy’s escalation in the city of Rafah, according to his description.”

He explained that “the escalation is related to the enemy’s threats to invade Rafah, and the major operations announced by the leader of Ansar Allah are closely linked to the enemy’s implementation of its threats in Rafah.”

Ghurab warned that “ultimately, if the messages do not reach the enemies through the previous operations, we may witness the sinking of many ships, including warships and battleships.”

He emphasized that Yemen’s message is clear, stating, “The more you multiply and bring all those forces to the Red and Arabian Seas, the more you increase your losses, and it does not pose any threat to Yemen.”

Ghurab pointed out that “if European countries intervene and get involved in breaking Yemen’s will in the Red Sea, the difference will be that their ships will be targeted.”

He concluded by saying, “The enemies will not succeed in misleading the world that we are affecting international navigation unless they themselves venture into our seas, and then they will be within the range of targeting.”

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