The Haci Telli tanker left the Turkish port of Tuzla for Malta's Valletta on February 11. On February 24, the vessel arrived at the Libyan port of Zuwarah, and five armed people boarded it as security guards in a standard procedure.According to Turkish news agency Kaptan Haber and maritime news site www.denizhaber.com, No information is available on the identity and nationality of the four people abducted by bandits.It was learned that Transpacific Maritime had initiatives to rescue the crew.It is stated that Turkish flagged oil tanker, which is owned by Transpacific Shipping, is confiscated because of the question of receipt of the ship according to the information on seizure of Libya on Zuwarah Harbor, and it is detained by a Libyan businessman.Turkish flagged M / T Haci Telli oil tanker, which is owned by Transpasifik Shipping, was seized in Libya's Zuwarah Harbor. According to the information received on the subject, the gem was not abducted, and a Libyan businessman was arrested on account of the receivables issue.It was learned that the Turkish flagged M / T Hacı Telli named oil tanker of Transpasifik Shipping with a carrying capacity of 2 thousand 818 DWT, 81 meters in length and 14 meters in width was confiscated at the port of Zuwarah of Libya at 2 miles. According to Iddi, on February 11, when the ship that sailed from Tuzla to Malta watched in the Mediterranean, it gave information that the ship owned by the company, Transpasifik Denizcilik, had rented the ship and its route was Libya's Zuwarah Harbor. On top of that, the ship anchored Libya's Zuwarah Harbor. Then a group of armed men came aboard the ship saying they came to ensure the safety of the ship. The gunmen said that they had no problem with ship crew Nejat Uler with the crew of the ship but that they would host a crew member because they could not get their money from the shipper's person and Libyan partner.
03 March 2017 - 09:30
Turkish Tanker M/T Hacı Telli raided, 4 crew member kidnapped off Libya
The Haci Telli tanker left the Turkish port of Tuzla for Malta's Valletta on February 11. On February 24, the vessel arrived at the Libyan port of Zuwarah, and six armed people boarded it as security guards in a standard procedure.
03 March 2017 - 09:30
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