Coast guard response from the Arab Coalition to the Southern Transition Council


According to Saudi Arabian state television Al-Ihbariyye, the Arab Coalition stated that the GGK did not allow Yemen coastguards to perform their duties in the south of the country.

According to the report of AA; The senior official from the Arab Coalition, who did not want his name to be announced, said that the coast guard units were engaged to fulfill their duties, but that they did not receive a response from the separatist forces in question.

The Arab Coalition, formed by Saudi Arabia and the UAE and some other regional countries, said that there was a threat in the Gulf of Aden, and that all parties should take responsibility for it.


Yemeni Information Minister Muammer al-Iryani said in a statement yesterday that a ship was attacked by a terrorist off the coast of the south of Yemen.

Noting that the attack still shows terrorist threats against world trade in the international land waters in the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea, Iryani noted that the efforts of the Yemeni government, which tried to protect stability with the strategic Aden province and the southern coast, were prevented by secessionist militia supported by the UAE.

Mentioning that the efforts of the Yemeni coast guard units to combat terrorist activities and arms smuggling are also prevented by the GGK, Iryani called on the international community and the United Nations to support efforts to ensure trust and stability in the regions controlled by the Yemeni government.

In Yemen, the fragmentation is deepening day by day due to the struggle with Iranian-supported Houthis on the one hand and the UAE-supported Southern Transition Council.

Since GGK declared so-called “autonomy” in the southern provinces on April 26, there have been clashes between government forces and the armed militia funded by the UAE.


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