Houthi new naval mines rouse Yemeni watchdog concerns

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2021-03-12 | Since 1 Year

Houthi new naval mines rouse Yemeni watchdog concerns

Sana'a (Debriefer) - The new naval mines introduced by the Houthis on 12 March rouse concerns, the Yemeni Mine Watchdog (YMW) tweeted late on Thursday.
The Houthi exhibition of naval mines are troublesome, YMW said, particularly since the naval mines previously spread by the group in Hodeida coats left tens of fishers killed or injured.
"These mines pose grave threat to fishermen and international navigation in the Red Sea," the watchdog warned.
Earlier on Thursday, the Iranian-backed Houthi group introduced a new set of ballistic missiles and drones, as well as "the most modern products of different weapons," including two sets of new naval mines.
Last December, the Saudi-led coalition said its forces destroyed 175 naval mines arbitrarily laid by the Houthis.


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