• 22 Apr, 2024

The United States military has admitted to the failure of a Washington-led multinational task force recently formed under the pretext of protecting shipping in the strategic Red Sea following Yemen’s retaliatory attacks on Israeli-owned and-bound vessels in support of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

In the middle of the United States Navy, Vice President Brad Cooper talks about how to meet the famous American Navy with Yemen, and famous Ansa Lula Cobever, and the famous Ansarultah. "Trial" attacks commercial ships in the Red Sea and participates in international maritime missions in many countries and many countries. According to Cooper, five US, French, and British warships are currently patrolling the waters of the southern Red Sea and western Gulf of Aden as part of Operation Prosperity Guardian.

The commander said that in about 10 days since the start of the operation, the warship has shot down a total of 17 drones and four anti-ship ballistic missiles. Cooper added that the Yemenis have increased their use of anti-ship ballistic missiles since Operation Prosperity Guardian began. "We know for sure that the Houthis' reckless attacks will continue."

Cooper also said the task force is in direct contact with commercial shipping to provide advice on "maneuvers and best practices to avoid attacks" and is working closely with the shipping industry to coordinate security.

Mohammed al-Bahiti, a member of Ansarullah's politburo, said on Friday it was "noble" for Yemeni forces to confront the United States if tensions rise in the strategic Red Sea. The Popular Resistance Movement has previously declared that international waterways and the Red Sea are safe for all passing ships except Israeli ships or those sailing to the occupied territories.

Maersk was hit by a missile in the Red Sea.

US Central Command said on Sunday that a container ship belonging to the Danish shipping company Maersk had been hit by a missile in the southern Red Sea. Russia's state-run TASS agency said at the Central Command:

"Today at 20:30 (Sana'a time), the container ship Maersk Hangzhou was hit by a missile while passing through the Southern Red Sea." As reported by the X-Post news agency.

The report said that the Singapore-flagged vessel requested assistance and that the USS Gravely and USS Laboon responded. In response, the USS Gravely shot down two anti-ship ballistic missiles over Yemen.

"The vessel is seaworthy and there are no casualties," the report said. US Central Command said this was the 23rd attack on international shipping since November 19.

The Israeli regime launched a devastating war in Gaza on October 7 after the Palestinian resistance movement in the region launched a surprise retaliatory attack against the occupation group, known as Operation Al-Aqsa Storm. Israel's brutal military campaign against the Gaza Strip has killed nearly 22,000 people, mostly women and children. In addition, more than 56,000 people were injured. Yemeni forces have vowed to continue their attacks until the regime ends the war and lifts the crumbling blockade of Gaza.