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Israel will soon receive due response for its crimes: Yemen

Yemen says Israel should await a swift response for its crimes in the region.

Yemen’s Foreign Ministry said on Sunday that a swift response awaits the Israeli regime for its crimes in the region, a day after the regime killed five Iranian military advisors in Syria.

The ministry condemned the suspected Israeli attack on Saturday in the Syrian capital Damascus which targeted a building housing the personnel of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) who were serving in the Arab country in an advisory capacity.

“The response to crimes of the Zionist regime will soon take place,” said the statement, reiterating support for Syria’s right to defend its sovereignty against Israeli aggressions.  

It called on the United Nations to commit to its responsibilities for protection of international peace and security while warning that the Israeli regime and its supporters will be responsible for any spread of the ongoing conflict in Palestine to other parts of the region.

While offering condolences to the Iranian nation and government, the statement described the attack on IRGC advisors in Syria as a cowardly move to relieve the Israeli regime of the pressure it is facing for its war in Gaza.

It said the attack will boost solidarity within the regional axis of resistance and will improve the struggle against the Israeli regime.

Yemen has been a major part of a campaign targeting US and Israeli interests in the region since the Gaza conflict began in early October.

The Yemenis have launched missile and drone attacks on targets controlled by the Israeli regime in the occupied Palestine while also launching attacks on Israeli-linked ships sailing in the Red Sea in an attempt to force the regime to end its carnage in Gaza.

The Yemenis announced earlier this month after attacks by the United States and United Kingdom on their soil that they would expand the scope of their attacks in the Red Sea to cover ships linked to the US and the UK.

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