Houthi’s call to unilaterally file

ADEN – Houthi rebels in Yemen have announced that from Wednesday for two weeks, no attacks will carry out on ships on the Red Sea. Last week Thursday decided to Saudi Arabia for no oil tankers through the important strait of Bab el Mandeb. The rebels fell there in the last weeks several tankers.

A military of the government that is fighting with Houthi rebels.

The rebel leader, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi said that if the unilateral file persists, it may be renewed and extended to other fronts in the civil war-torn country. The chance of this seems small, however. The Yemeni government and the coalition of Arab countries that support her, resume understand Friday the bombings on the seaport of Hodeidah after a file of almost a month.

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