Missile Attack on a Greek Ship in the Red Sea

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Missile Attack on a Greek Ship in the Red Sea

Missile attack on a Greek ship in the Red Sea

The United States army carried out a new attack on Houthi positions on Tuesday, January 26, and according to Reuters, at least four ballistic missiles of this group on land were destroyed.

Two unnamed American officials announced that the destroyed missiles were anti-ship missiles.

Reuters reports that no news about this attack had been published earlier.

Meanwhile, a Greek cargo ship near the coast of Yemen was targeted by a missile fired by the Houthis.

This was announced by the maritime security company Ambrey, according to a statement by the company. The Greek bulk carrier, flying the Maltese flag, was traveling from the southern Red Sea to the north when it was targeted by a missile and had to change its course.

According to a source in the Greek Ministry of Shipping, this bulk carrier is named Zografía and has a crew of 24 from Vietnam and is en route to Israel.

According to this Greek official, limited damage has been done to the vessel, but all crew members are safe and the ship continues its journey.

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