Emirati vessel unloads Israeli espionage equipment in occupied Yemeni island of Socotra

Emirati vessel unloads Israeli espionage equipment in occupied Yemeni island of Socotra

An Emirati ship carrying Israeli espionage equipment has arrived at the port of the Socotra on Thursday, local sources said.

According to these sources, the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) unloaded containers from an Emirati cargo ship in the occupied port of Socotra, and transported them without inspection to the headquarters of the UAE  occupation forces in the provincial center of Hadibu city.

The sources added that the containers were bearing the Zionist flag, and contained espionage equipment and spy devices, including a modern radar believed to belong to an Israeli company that had earlier concluded an agreement with the UAE to expand the Socotra airport and track navigational movement in the Arabian Sea.

The sources mentioned that the ship disappeared on the 13th of September from the radars of international tracking centers, before it suddenly appeared in the port of Socotra, adding further credence to the theory that it came from Israel.

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