Yemen reveals the inventory of companies violating the Mediterranean navigation ban in preparation for major operations

The Yemeni armed forces revealed on Tuesday a development in the course of implementing the escalation phases in the Mediterranean Sea.

Exclusive – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

The official spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces, Brigadier General Yahya Saree, confirmed the beginning of the fourth phase of the Yemeni escalation against the Israeli occupation, noting that the Yemeni forces have listed the ships that violated Yemen’s decision to ban sailing to the ports of the occupation in the Mediterranean.

Saree expected the announcement of the list of ships in the coming days.

Saree was speaking during an event on the occasion of the Al-Sarkha organized by the Moral Guidance Department in Sana’a.

He considered the inventory of ships violating the Yemeni decision regarding the Mediterranean as a prelude to what he described as major operations prepared by the Yemeni forces in the fifth and sixth stages, announced by the leader of the Ansar Allah movement, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, in his recent speech.

He also reiterated the Yemeni forces’ decision to target unexpected targets that the enemy did not anticipate if the aggression against Gaza continued, considering Yemen’s stance with Gaza as a matter of religion and dignity, not for gaining popularity or political positions.

Since its involvement in the Al-Aqsa flood in supporting Gaza last November, Yemen has carried out nearly three escalation phases, starting with the navigation ban in the Red Sea, then the Arab Sea, reaching the Indian Ocean, and passing through the Gulf of Aden.

According to official statistics, the Yemeni forces have managed to target more than 100 ships linked to Israel, in addition to engaging in almost daily clashes with dozens of American, Western, and British battleships attempting to break the Yemeni blockade on the Israeli occupation.

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