Houthis threaten Red Sea countries
Yemen’s geographical position makes it a key player in region.
Houthis’ advance threatens Red Sea countries
CAIRO — In light of the current crisis in Yemen and the control of Sanaa by Houthi armed groups, Egyptian experts predict that Egypt would intervene in the conflict to prevent the Houthis from gaining control of the strait of Bab al-Mandeb on the Red Sea, in defense of Egyptian and Gulf security.
Commander of the Egyptian navy, Osama al-Jundi, openly declared the navy’s readiness to protect the country’s territorial waters, economic interests and the Egyptian coast in all directions and to deal with any risks that might threaten them.
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