The US National Security Adviser announced that Washington has re-listed Yemen's Ansarullah to its so-called "terrorist" list.

Iran PressAmerica: During the tenure of former US president Donald Trump, the American government had included Yemen's Ansarullah in the list of terrorist groups. In February 2021, shortly after assuming power, the Biden government removed the name of Yemen's Ansarullah movement from the foreign ministry's terrorist list.

White House National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan in a statement, said: “In response to these continuing threats and attacks, the United States announced the designation of Ansarallah, also known as the Houthis, as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist."

Officials said the move means the popular resistance movement will be hit by sanctions. Senior American officials told Western media that the designation would take effect in 30 days and that it could also be reversed if Yemenis cease their attacks.

As part of their support for Palestinians, Yemen's armed forces have over the past month targeted several ships owned by Israel or bound for ports in the occupied territories, in the strategic Red Sea after multiple warnings. 219

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