Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Rescued ship attacked once again by pirates

Rescued ship attacked once again by pirates
MV-Suez, the freight send which was launched by Somali cutthroat buccaneers along with its team previously in the weeks time after 10 several weeks in captivity, came under strike once again on Friday.

The freight send was being escorted by Pakistani warship, PNS Babar(Type 21 frigate), and going towards Oman when it was allegedly assaulted by Somali pirates
A Pakistan Fast representative informed The Communicate Tribune that all reviews of a navy boat arriving under strike were unconfirmed at this factor.
He said that he can only say that navy delivers are secure. The boat had already come under strike on Friday, May 15, a day after cutthroat buccaneers launched the send and its team.
Wasi Hasan, MV Suez’s Pakistani leader said the team may have to get away from the send and problem a journey with PNS Babar. “The furnace in the website area is not operating, so our rate has stunted down from 15 troubles to 8 troubles,” he said while speaking with NDTV.
He also said that there is eight plenty of diesel fuel departed on panel, not enough to get Suez to the slot of Salalah in Oman.
All team is revealed to be secure.
After its launch from captivity, Suez was being escorted to protection byPNS Babar. Fast commando were also on panel the send while a navy chopper also went over the send to offer near air assistance.
The MV Suez, held by an Cotton organization, had been first boarded by Somali cutthroat buccaneers in Aug this season. Its team of 22 was lastly launched on May 14, after expenses of $2.1 thousand. Once the send creates slot, the team, composed four Pakistanis, six Indians, one Sri Lankan and 11 Egyptians will be able to fly returning to their specific nations.
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