Defense The Houthi rebels thank Spain for not participating in the alliance created by the US to act in the Red Sea

The Houthi rebels of Yemen have positively appreciated that the Government of Pedro Sánchez has ruled out supporting Operation Prosperity Guardian promoted by the United States to create an alliance of countries that guarantee free navigation in the southern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden

Defense The Houthi rebels thank Spain for not participating in the alliance created by the US to act in the Red Sea

The Houthi rebels of Yemen have positively appreciated that the Government of Pedro Sánchez has ruled out supporting Operation Prosperity Guardian promoted by the United States to create an alliance of countries that guarantee free navigation in the southern Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.

This was stated in a message through the social network

"We highly value Spain's refusal to be carried away by American and British lies regarding maritime navigation," Al-Ezzi stressed.

"Sana'a respects all those who respect the facts and hopes that these rational positions continue and expand," added the Houthi leader, whose movement in recent weeks has attacked ships with alleged Israeli interests with missiles and drones in retaliation for the offensive. about Gaza.

The Houthi leader concluded that "he also hopes that all (countries) continue to distance themselves from the shameful positions of the United States and the United Kingdom that threaten peace and security."

It is worth remembering that Operation Guardian of Prosperity was announced last Monday by the US Secretary of Defense, Lloyd Austin, who in a statement stated that Spain would integrate it with the United Kingdom, Bahrain, Canada, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway and Seychelles.

The Government of Pedro Sánchez has distanced itself from the aforementioned alliance so as not to upset Sumar and advocates that the EU create a new mission that cooperates with the United States initiative, while Spain asks to maintain Operation Atalanta against the piracy in the Indian Ocean, which he currently leads.

Also on Twitter, the president of the Houthi Revolutionary Committee, Mohamed Ali al Houtí, stated this Sunday that "the departure of some countries that the US had previously included in the international coalition confirms the failure of the alliance" and that "the countries that declined participating put their own interests before the coalition.