Houthi militia threatens to blow up oil tankers in the Red Sea

Senior Humanitarian Aid Official in Yemen talks of difficulties being faced
Houthis claimed in a tweet on Twitter that the amount of oil stored in the ship “Safer” floating off Hodeidah began to leak, blaming the Yemeni government and the coalition for supporting the legitimacy; for not allowing the group to sell stored oil, which is intended to be used in its military activities against legitimate forces.
The floating tank contains about one million barrels of crude oil in the Red Sea, a steamer owned by the Yemeni state, currently controlled by the Houthi militia.
Experts say the Houthi threat if implemented, would lead to and the environmental disaster that would have repercussions on marine life for many years to come.