The world is in tension! Amidst Iran-Pakistan tension, cross-fighting in the Red Sea - Newztezz Online

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The world is in tension! Amidst Iran-Pakistan tension, cross-fighting in the Red Sea

This is the third attack by Houthi rebels on a commercial shipping ship in three days. Once again the Houthis fired two anti-ship ballistic missiles at a US-owned tanker ship. US Central Command said the crew observed missiles impacting the water near the ship.

Tension is increasing in the Red Sea, which hinders global trade. The Iran-allied Houthi militia fired two anti-ship ballistic missiles at a US-owned tanker on Thursday night, US Central Command said. Although these missiles fell in the water near the ship, there was no injury or damage.

This is the third attack by Houthi terrorists on a commercial shipping ship in three days. Once again, Houthi rebels fired two anti-ship ballistic missiles at a US-owned tanker ship. US Central Command said the crew observed missiles impacting the water near the ship. At present there was no information about any damage on the ship. The ship continues to move forward. There has been tension in the Red Sea for the past several days, on the other hand, tension is also increasing in Pakistan and Iran. Iran on Tuesday attacked the bases of terrorist organization Jaish al-Adal in Pakistan's Balochistan province, in which two children were killed.

Pakistan was stunned by the attack on terrorists. After 24 hours, he carried out an airstrike in Sarwan city of Iran. After Pakistan's action, everyone's eyes are on Iran. The whole world is keeping an eye on what next step he will take.

Concern about security in the Red Sea

India on Thursday expressed concern about security in the Red Sea. He said that he is keeping a close eye on the developments on important sea routes in the region. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Randhir Jaiswal said that amid the Israel-Hamas conflict, Houthi rebels are targeting commercial ships in the Red Sea, raising global concerns.

Air attack on Houthi positions

Indian Navy's missile destroyer INS Visakhapatnam immediately came forward to help after a drone attack on a Marshall Islands-flagged commercial ship in the Gulf of Aden on Wednesday night. There were 22 crew members on board the ship, including nine Indians. America and Britain have already started air strikes targeting Houthi positions in Yemen.

Its impact around the world

Jaiswal said that this is a matter of concern for us. We attach great importance to freedom of navigation and commerce in that area. Whatever is happening there affects not only us, but also the economic and many other interests of so many people around the world. He was answering a question on the situation in the Red Sea. External Affairs Ministry spokesperson said that we are keeping a close eye on the situation and monitoring the emerging situation.

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