Yemen’s response to American, British aggression not delayed

8 Yemen’s response to the " US aggression" was not delayed and Yemeni forces are responding to American and British warships in the Red Sea, Ali al-Qahoum, a member of Ansarullah's political bureau said early Friday.

“The Yemeni armed forces are responding forcefully to the American and British warships in the Red Sea, sparking a fierce war in the Red Sea and targeting American and British military sites and bases...and what is coming is greater," Ali al-Qahoum said on X, Anadolu reports.

Yemen's Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein al-Azzi said Yemen is facing a "broad hostile attack" from American and British forces, warning that Washington and London should be prepared to pay a high price.

"Our country has been subjected to a broad hostile attack from American and British warships, submarines, and military aircraft, and undoubtedly, America and Britain will have to be prepared to pay a hefty price and bear all the grave consequences of this blatant aggression," Al-Azzi said on X.

The Al-Masirah TV channel announced that the Yemeni capital Sanaa has been subjected to "American aggression."

Separately, the Saba news agency reported that US and UK aircraft carried out airstrikes on Sanaa and Al Hudaydah, Sa’ada, and Dhamar governorates.

The attack comes hours after the leader of Yemen’s Houthi group, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, warned that anyone risking military action against his country would "pay the price," emphasizing that any American aggression "will never go unanswered.”

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