US destroyed four Houthi drones 03:11

The USA managed to destroy four UAVs belonging to the Houthi Ansarullah movement. This was reported by US Central Command (CENTCOM). TASS.

“On March 27, between 02:00 and 02:20 Sanaa time (corresponding to Moscow – socialbites.ca), Central Command forces destroyed four UAVs launched by Iran-backed Yemeni Houthi terrorists,” the report states.

Before reportedHe acknowledged that the United States’ “flawless” mission to defend the Red Sea from attacks on ships by the Houthis from Yemen’s Ansarullah movement was ineffective. Despite U.S. efforts, major shipping companies continue to avoid the Red Sea trade route, which once accounted for 15% of global trade.

Since the beginning of the conflict between the Palestinian Hamas movement and Israel, the Ansarullah movement has vowed to attack Israeli territory and sink ships linked to this country passing through the Red Sea waters until the operation in the Gaza Strip ends.

Formerly Yemen’s Houthis He condemned the terrorist attack at Crocus City Hall.

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Source: Gazeta

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