Maliki: Houthi militia trains its elements to attack ships

الخميس 11/يناير/2018 - 12:31 م
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A spokesperson for the Arab coalition fighting to reinstate legitimacy in Yemen has said that entry of relief vessels into Hodeidah Port continues and that they have granted 1,800 permits for aid ships to enter Yemeni ports, according to Al-Arabiya English.

Turki al-Maliki, the coalition spokesman, said at a press conference on Wednesday that Houthi militias were training their fighters to target ships, pointing out that the port of Hodeidah has become a starting point for operations threatening maritime navigation, and that the militias also threaten air navigation over the capital Sanaa.

The Houthi militia was using radars to monitor navy ships near ports, Maliki said adding that there was considerable evidence of foreign experts in Yemen to support the militants’ operations.

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