Houthi militia’s fake allegations
Iran’s al-Houthi militiais promoting untrue allegations aimed at misleading international and regional public opinion, a spokesman for the Alliance for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen said on Monday.
Maliki said during a press conference, that the Iranian Houthi militias tried to circumvent the units of the National Army, but the coalition forces foiled the attempt.
He pointed out that one of the most important threats to regional and international security is the threat of Houthi militias, using weapons, especially ballistic missiles and drones.
The threat of IranianHouthi militias also includes shipping lines and international trade in the Bab al-MandabStrait and the southern RedSea, he said.
Al-Maliki pointed out that the Houthi militias did not abide by the Stockholm agreement, especially its three understandings with regard to prisoners and ports, including the port of Hodeidah.
A spokesman for the Coalition to Support Legitimacy said that the Iranian Houthi militias are still continuing to threaten maritime navigation and international trade.
He stressed that the coalition plays an important role in neutralizing the houthis, saying: “We are working 24 hours to neutralize the threat of drones and speedboats, especiallyfromHodeidah.”
Al-Maliki showed pictures of targeting coalition forces and workshops to manufacture booby-trapped boats belonging to the Houthi militias on the Yemeni coasts.<