The Naval Force of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees targeted Wednesday morning a naval battleships of the US-Saudi Aggression in the West Coast, during an attempt to advance towards Hodeidah coast.
(AhlulBayt News Agency) - The Naval Force of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees targeted Wednesday morning a naval battleships of the US-Saudi Aggression in the West Coast, during an attempt to advance towards Hodeidah coast.
A source in the Naval Forces said that two missiles targeted hostile battleship off Hodeidah coast. Smoke rose from the targeted battleship after being hit directly, which prompted other battleships of aggression retreat away from the coast of Hodeidah.
The source confirmed that the missiles accurately hit the hostile battleship. There are ongoing attempts to save the forces aboard the vessel by warships and helicopters.
The source pointed out that the targeted battleship was loaded with forces and military equipment planned a landing operation on the coast of Hodeidah.
The warships tried to withdraw the dead and wounded from the targeted battleship, and Apache helicopters also tried rescuing who was still on board.
Since the beginning of US-Saudi aggression, the Naval Forces have targeted more than 12 warships and naval units of aggression, including the frigate of the Saudi city and the military Swift ship belonging to the invading UAE forces.
Naval Forces Confirms Its High Readiness and Warns Any Ship Threatening Yemeni Coast
The Yemeni Navy and Coast Defense Command has confirmed its high readiness to strike any ship threatening the Yemeni coast.
The Navy and Coast Defense Command said in a statement that it was able to target hostile battleship off Hodeidah coast, which was heading on Wednesday towards the coast of Glefqa south of Hodeidah.
The statement stressed that with the escalation the US-Saudi Aggression threats to mobilize more troops to invade Yemen on the west coast in order to occupy Hodeidah, the Yemeni naval forces are ready to face the challenge.
The Yemeni naval forces reiterated that there is no concern for civilian ships as long as they are committed to international maritime law, calling on them to move twenty nautical miles away from the hostile battleships of aggression as a guarantee for their safety.