Fisheries Authority condemns aggression crime in Mocha

The General Authority for Fisheries in the Red Sea has condemned the crime committed by the American-British aggression coalition by targeting a number of Yemeni fishermen off the coast of Mocha in Taiz province. In a statement, the Fisheries Authority denounced the crime, which led to the martyrdom of two fishermen and the loss of others as they sought to earn a living by practicing the fishing profession. The statement stressed that the American-British presence in the Red Sea poses a serious threat to the lives of thousands of Yemeni fishermen, and poses a threat to fish wealth and the marine environment. It called on the international community to condemn all crimes and violations targeting fishermen. Source: Yemen News Agency