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Arab coalition foils Houthi militia attack on fishing boats in Red Sea

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The Arab Coalition Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen foiled on Saturday an imminent attack by the Houthi militias’s boats against civilian fishing boats in the Red Sea.

The coalition added in a statement that it seized the Houthi militias’ boats along with its cargo of weapons.

In another development the Arab coalition confirmed issuing an entry permit to an oil tanker to enter Hodeidah port in the last 24 hours.

The coalition clarified that six ships already started unloading at Hodeidah port, while seven other ships are waiting for permission to enter the port, pointing out that the ship Great K reached the port after being obstructed by the Houthi militias for 69 days.

The coalition said that the Houthi militias also obstructed the entering of the ship Volante to Hodeidah for more than 39 days.

Meanwhile there are two ships, one waiting at Saleef port, and another waiting for permission to enter.