Houthis damaged undersea communication cables connecting Europe and Asia 05:13

In another attack carried out by the Houthis affiliated with the Ansarullah movement in the Red Sea, 4 underwater communication cables were damaged. An Israeli newspaper reported this spheres.

Damage to AAE-1, Seacom, EIG and TGN cables reportedly caused major disruptions in internet communications between Europe and Asia, with most of the damage felt in the Gulf countries and India.

Repairing such a significant number of undersea cables could take at least eight weeks and cost telecommunications companies a significant amount of money.

The publication also noted that the damage to communications activities was significant but not critical, as other cables connecting Asia, Africa and Europe passed through the same area without damage.

Previously reportedMore than half of UK retailers and exporters have suffered losses due to disruptions to maritime trade caused by Houthi attacks on ships in the Red Sea.

Formerly Houthis announced It concerns the intention to attack merchant shipping in the Red Sea every 12 hours.

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Source: Gazeta

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