The coalition says it has discovered an Iranian "commercial" ship in the Red Sea that runs military operations for the Houthis

The coalition says it has discovered an Iranian "commercial" ship in the Red Sea that runs military operations for the Houthis

The spokesperson for the Arab coalition forces, Col. Turki al-Maliki, on Monday revealed the presence of an Iranian ship patrolling the Red Sea, registered as "commercial", which runs the military operations of Houthi militias in Hodeidah and threatens international navigation.

At a press conference in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, al-Maliki added that "Iranian ships in the Red Sea carry eavesdropping devices and carry out suspicious acts," adding that the Iranian regime continues to destabilize the region and violate international law. He said.

He said the operations "are continuing against suspicious ships that threaten international navigation in the Red Sea," and he displayed pictures of an Iranian ship in the Red Sea registered as commercial, but in fact military.


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