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Yemeni Ministry of Fisheries Lambastes US-British Aggression

8 Jun 2024 08:45

Islam Times - The Ministry of Fisheries condemned the US-British aggression targeting fishermen's boats in the port of Al-Salif in Hodeida, Yemen.

The Ministry of Fisheries condemned the US-British aggression's targeting today of fishermen's boats in the port of Al-Salif in Hodeida governorate, which led to their damage.

The Ministry confirmed in a statement received by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that the aggression aircraft’s targeting of fishermen and their boats in the port of Salif is a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law.

The aggression countries, led by America and Britain, were held fully responsible for this crime.

The statement affirmed that this crime exposes the true objectives behind the militarization of America and Britain in the Red Sea, adding to their bloody criminal records alongside the Zionist enemy’s crimes against civilians in the Gaza Strip.

The Ministry of Fisheries warned of the dangers of the US-British presence in the Red Sea on the lives of thousands of Yemeni fishermen and its threat to fishery resources and the marine environment. It called on the free people of the world to condemn the crimes and violations targeting fishermen and depriving them of their livelihoods.

The US-UK aggressive airstrikes on Yemen continue in clear violation of Yemeni sovereignty, as an attempt to deter Yemen from its decision to prevent Israeli ships from passing through the Red Sea in support of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, who are facing a genocidal war by the savage Zionist entity.

Over the past few weeks, the US and the UK have carried out numerous air attacks in various regions of Yemen, responding to the country’s missile and drone assaults on vessels, either owned by Israel or en route to ports in the occupied Palestinian territories.

In the past few days, the American-British aggression has targeted different areas in Hodeidah with airstrikes, including the targeting of the Ras Isa area in the Al-Salif district.

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