New Houthi escalation by the Red Sea: Installation of radars and developing military sites
1/24/2023 4:11:00 PM
The terrorist Houthi militia escalated its armed positions on the Red Sea, taking advantage of the existing (undeclared) truce and regional and international movements with the aim of supporting peace efforts in Yemen.
The terrorist Houthi militia has begun to develop new sites on the Red Sea coast, and to install marine radars to monitor the movements of commercial ships and oil tankers, in escalatory steps to threaten international navigation.
Media sources revealed secret visits by foreign experts from the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Navy and leaders of the militia to at least ten coastal sites south of the city of Hodeidah during the last period.
Those leaders and experts also visited "other sites aboard anchored and idle ships in the port and al-Kathib, as well as north of the city, the oil port in Ras Issa to the west, Kamaran Island, and a number of other small islands," according to Al-Masdar online website, citing private sources.