Yemeni hint of disabling a Western destroyer

On Saturday, Sana’a revealed the backstage of a Western country’s decision to withdraw its destroyer from the Red Sea.

Exclusive – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Mohammed Al-Houthi, a member of the Supreme Political Council in Sana’a, hinted that Denmark’s decision to withdraw its destroyer was due to the military targeting of it in the Red Sea.

Al-Houthi wrote on his official social media page, commenting on the Danish withdrawal decision of the destroyer “Iver Huitfeldt,” saying, “Let the stories of the Red Sea remain a witness to the tyranny of arrogant countries, and let our armed forces engrave the positions of support for Gaza in the conscience of the free people by burning the bright achievements,” indicating that the decision to withdraw came as a result of the targeting of the Danish battleship.

Denmark suddenly announced the withdrawal of its only destroyer from the Red Sea.

The withdrawal came less than a month after the deployment of the European Union mission in the Red Sea, known as “Operation Aspides.”

Although Denmark did not officially announce that its battleship was attacked, the European mission admitted through Italian, German, and French leaders that the battleships of those major countries had been subjected to repeated attacks in recent weeks.

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