Denmark joins coalition to face Houthi assaults in Yemen with only one soldier

Danish International Minister Lars Løke Rasmussen stated on Thursday that Denmark would be part of the US-led coalition together with six different nations to confront Houthi assaults in Yemen on industrial transport within the Pink Sea, in accordance with Reuters.

Lars Løke Rasmussen, Minister of International Affairs of Denmark

The Danish International Minister confirmed that his nation’s contribution can be a soldier within the “Guardians of Prosperity” coalition.

Beforehand, america introduced the formation of a global coalition to confront Houthi assaults within the Pink Sea below the identify of the Multinational Safety Initiative, which incorporates ten nations, together with Britain, France, Italy and Bahrain.

In an announcement issued by US Secretary of Protection Lloyd Austin, he confused that “nations that consider within the significance of freedom of navigation should work collectively to satisfy this problem.”

Austin added that the safety alliance would work to make sure freedom of navigation for all nations and improve safety and prosperity within the area.

The coalition contains the next nations (United States, Nice Britain, Canada, France, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Bahrain and Seychelles).