Egypt has seized the ship "Evergiven", which caused the closure of the Suez Canal

April 13, 2021
The 400-meter long ship "Evergiven" ran aground on March 23, 2021, while it was sailing north from the Red Sea towards the Mediterranean, where it veered with a tendency to block the course of the canal. The 400-meter long ship "Evergiven" ran aground on March 23, 2021, while it was sailing north from the Red Sea towards the Mediterranean, where it veered with a tendency to block the course of the canal.

Daily Times, United Arab Emirates: - Egypt is still discussing the details of the compensation that will be paid by the company that owns the vessel "Evergiven", which was the reason for the closure of the Suez Canal and the disruption of navigation for six days.

The Suez Canal Authority in Egypt is still holding the ship in the Bitter Lakes region in Ismailia, until the completion of the investigations into the incident of its delinquency and the payment of the due compensation.

The company that owns the ship is calling for the Suez Canal Authority to reduce the amount of compensation unfairly, up to 90% of the value of the compensation due.

And even the completion of the emptying of the black box of the ship, which ran aground in the channel, to know full details of the causes of the incident.

There was no proof of any technical error from the Suez Canal in the incident of stranding of the ship. Rather, it was severely damaged as a result of the maritime traffic stopping for a period of 6 days.

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