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PIRACY

M/V Suez possibly released on ransom
M/V Suez possibly released on ransom


Ecoterra Intl (ecop-marine) reported relatively small ransom was delivered on board of m/v Suez, and pirates left the vessel in the afternoon June 11 2011, though it’s not confirmed yet. Sunday, 12.Jun.2011, 10:55 (GMT)
Ecoterra Intl (ecop-marine) reported relatively small ransom was delivered on board of m/v Suez, and pirates left the vessel in the afternoon June 11 2011, though it’s not confirmed yet.

An independent confirmation that the vessel is sailing free could, however, it is assumed that vessel and crew are not yet in safe waters. General cargo Suez was in captivity for more than 10 months, crew reportedly is in very poor health and needs immediate medical assistance.

Hijack report: General cargo Suez pirated on August 2 2010 in 13.02N 48.54E, IRTC, Gulf of Aden. Vessel loaded with cement in bags was enroute from Karachi Pakistan to Red sea. Crew 23: 11 Egypt, 4 Pakistan, 2 Shri Lanka, 6 India.
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