BAKU, Azerbaijan, January 23. US and UK forces
carried out strikes at a number of Houthi targets in Yemen, Trend studies.
According to the officers, the US and the UK used naval-based
Tomahawk missiles and jet planes to destroy Houthi warehouses and
This is the second time that the 2 allies perform
coordinated strikes at Houthi targets, the report factors out.
According to Al Arabiya and Al Jazeera, US and UK armed forces
attacked the Al-Daylami Houthi army base in Sana, in addition to
different services in Taiz, Hajjah, Al Hudaydah and Al Bayda
provinces. An unnamed Houthi consultant advised Al Jazeera that
these strikes have change into probably the most huge since January 12, when
the US and the UK attacked Yemeni territory for the primary time.
According to Al Hadath, the allies carried out no less than 35
strikes at Houthi targets. Three high-ranking Houthi
representatives have been killed within the assault, Al Hadath sources
Following the escalation of the Palestinian-Israeli battle in
the Gaza Strip, the Houthis warned that they’d launch strikes
on Israeli territory whereas barring ships related to the Jewish
state from passing by means of the waters of the Red Sea and the Bab
el-Mandeb Strait till Tel Aviv ceased its army operation
in opposition to Palestinian radical group Hamas within the embattled enclave.
According to the US Defense Department’s Central Command’s
(CENTCOM) estimates, the Yemeni insurgent group has attacked greater than
20 vessels and civilian ships within the Red Sea since
On January 12, US and British plane, ships and submarines for
the primary time attacked targets belonging to the Ansar Allah
motion in quite a lot of Yemeni cities, together with Sana’a and
Hodeidah. US President Joe Biden claimed that the assault got here in
direct response to unprecedented Houthi assaults within the Red Sea. The
US administration stated that the strikes focused the launch websites
of rockets and unmanned aerial automobiles, in addition to radar stations
belonging to the Houthi rebels. Since then, the United States has
been often placing Houthi missile launchers in Yemen.
Following the January 12 operation, the United Kingdom stated it was
not planning to ship extra strikes.