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Yemen's Houthis say Red Sea attacks will only be reassessed if Israeli 'aggression' stops

Asked if the attacks on ships would seize if a ceasefire deal was reached for Gaza, Mohammed Abdulsalam said the situation would be reassessed if the siege ended and humanitarian aid was free to enter.
Last Updated 27 February 2024, 11:01 IST

Aden: Yemen's Houthi spokesperson told Reuters on Tuesday that the group's operations in the Red Sea, where its missiles and drones have been threatening international shipping, will only stop when Israeli "aggression" on Gaza ends and the siege is lifted.

Asked if the attacks on ships would seize if a ceasefire deal was reached for Gaza, Mohammed Abdulsalam said the situation would be reassessed if the siege ended and humanitarian aid was free to enter.

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(Published 27 February 2024, 11:01 IST)

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