Bloomberg: The government loyal to the Saudi coalition prevents repairs to the main Internet cable that was damaged in the Red Sea

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American “Bloomberg” agency said that the government loyal to the Saudi coalition is preventing repairs to the main Internet cable that was damaged in the Red Sea.

The agency reported that the government justifies preventing the repair of the main Internet cable by saying that submarine cable companies have a relationship with “Ansar Allah.”

It stated that TeleYemen is part of a group of operators that own the damaged AAE-1 cable, a 25,000 km (15,534 miles) system linking Europe to Southeast Asia, and that the coalition government is refusing to repair the cables.

The Ministry of Transport and the Maritime Affairs Authority have stressed their concern for the security and safety of submarine cables in Yemeni waters in accordance with international laws, charters and agreements.

The Ministry and the Authority indicated in a statement that the Republic of Yemen is keen on the security and safety of submarine cables in Yemeni waters and the interests of the countries associated with them, out of respect for international laws, agreements and treaties, and the common interests between Yemen and other countries.

The statement stressed that America and Britain are using hostile and illegal methods in their war on Yemen in order to serve the Zionist enemy so that it continues to commit crimes of genocide against the Palestinians in Gaza.

The statement pointed to what was confirmed by the International Telecommunications Company, which provides Internet services, in a statement that Sanaa had nothing to do with the damage to submarine Internet cables in the Red Sea, denying reports promoting this.

He stated that submarine cables are a major artery and a vital part of the global communications infrastructure, which plays a crucial role in the flow of information and providing effective communication between countries.

The Ministry of Transport and the Maritime Affairs Authority in Sana’a indicated that any malfunction in these cables as a result of the militarization of the Red Sea by American and British naval vessels represents a serious threat to information security and economic and social stability for all countries of the world.

They confirmed their readiness to provide all services and grant the necessary permits to the companies that provide Internet services to repair and maintain defects in submarine cables in the Red Sea.