Iran says US-Britain attack on Houthis will fuel instability in region

Iran says US-Britain attack on Houthis will fuel instability in region
Iran says US-Britain attack on Houthis will fuel instability in region

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A missile is launched from a warship during the US-led coalition operation against military targets in Yemen, aimed at the Iran-backed Houthi militia that has been targeting international shipping in the Red Sea, from an undisclosed location, in this handout picture released on January 12, 2024. — US Central Command via X/Handout via Reuters pic

DUBAI, Jan 12 — Iran said today it condemns the US-Britain attack on Houthis in Yemen warning that it will fuel “insecurity and instability” in the region, Iranian state media reported.

“We strongly condemn the military attacks carried out this morning by the United States and the United Kingdom on several cities in Yemen”, said Nasser Kannani, spokesperson at Iran’s foreign ministry.

“These attacks are a clear violation of Yemen’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and a breach of international laws,” he added. — Reuters

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