Killed 100 people. Fishermen appeal for rescue from an Iranian ship planting death at the west coast

Killed 100 people. Fishermen appeal for rescue from an Iranian ship planting death at the west coast

Yemeni fishermen said that the Iranian ship "Saviz ", anchored in the Red Sea, had killed more than 100 Yemeni fishermen, disrupted the activity of 30,000 other fishermen and deprived hundreds of thousands of families of their only source of income.

According to the official Saba news agency, the fishermen confirmed in a statement issued by a protest that the continued presence of the Iranian ship  "Saviz " threatens the lives and livelihoods of fishermen, as it is a source of mines that the pro-Iranian militia members of the Houthi group are planting along the west coast of Yemen as well as the proliferation of naval mines and booby-trapped boats, which have led to the deaths of dozens of fishermen, the disruption of thousands of them and the deprivation of hundreds of thousands of fishing occupations, whose only source of income is the worsening of the humanitarian situation in the coastal governorates.

"We are here today to address the conscience of the world and the international organizations concerned, as well as the Arab coalition and the legitimate authority under the leadership of His Excellency President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, President of the Republic, to pay attention to the situation of the fishermen, as a result of the Iranian ship's actions in the waters of the Red Sea and put an end to their suffering continuous since the beginning of the war  ".

"We will not remain indifferent to those who take away the right to live in dignity, and we will continue to escalate our protests so that the world can heed our sufferings and appeal to all sides in Yemen, the region and the world to force the Iranian ship, Saviz, to leave," they said.

The fishermen bore the crew of the ship  "Saviz " and all those behind it were responsible for the loss of life and the livelihood of fishermen as a result of the planting of naval mines, demanding that a comprehensive compensation file be opened for all the violations suffered by the fishermen and the damage caused to them by the continued presence of the Iranian ship at Red sea, they also demanded a speedy solution to the continued presence  of the Iranian ship in the Red Sea, as it poses a constant threat to the fishermen and their lives by continuing their livelihood, their source of income and their sole family income.


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