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Red Sea Security situation is a matter of concern: India

Red Sea Security situation is a matter of concern: India

India expressed concern over the security situation in the Red Sea, closely monitoring developments in vital sea lanes. The External Affairs Ministry underscored the significance of freedom of navigation and commerce in the region, especially with Houthi militants targeting commercial vessels amid the Israel-Hamas conflict.

A guided missile destroyer of the Indian Navy intercepted a cargo vessel, responding to a drone strike in the Gulf of Aden, highlighting the escalating tensions. The US and the UK initiated airstrikes against Houthi positions in Yemen.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, during a visit to Tehran, discussed the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden situation with his Iranian counterpart. India emphasized the importance of these shipping lanes, constituting 15% of global trade through the Bab al-Mandab Strait.

Regarding Pakistan's missile attack on alleged Baloch separatist camps in Iran, India refrained from commenting. India had earlier supported Iran's missile strike, citing an understanding of actions taken in self-defense.

On South Africa accusing Israel of genocide post-Hamas's attack on Israeli cities, India maintained a consistent stance. It condemned terrorism, advocated for the release of hostages, called for civilian protection, and supported a long-term two-state solution in the Israel-Hamas conflict.

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Red Sea Security situation is a matter of concern: India

Red Sea Security situation is a matter of concern: India

India expressed concern over the security situation in the Red Sea, closely monitoring developments in vital sea lanes. The External Affairs Ministry underscored the significance of freedom of navigation and commerce in the region, especially with Houthi militants targeting commercial vessels amid the Israel-Hamas conflict.

A guided missile destroyer of the Indian Navy intercepted a cargo vessel, responding to a drone strike in the Gulf of Aden, highlighting the escalating tensions. The US and the UK initiated airstrikes against Houthi positions in Yemen.

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, during a visit to Tehran, discussed the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden situation with his Iranian counterpart. India emphasized the importance of these shipping lanes, constituting 15% of global trade through the Bab al-Mandab Strait.

Regarding Pakistan's missile attack on alleged Baloch separatist camps in Iran, India refrained from commenting. India had earlier supported Iran's missile strike, citing an understanding of actions taken in self-defense.

On South Africa accusing Israel of genocide post-Hamas's attack on Israeli cities, India maintained a consistent stance. It condemned terrorism, advocated for the release of hostages, called for civilian protection, and supported a long-term two-state solution in the Israel-Hamas conflict.

 
 
 

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