9 stranded Pakistani sailors return from Egypt

9 Pakistani sailors stranded onboard the Kuwaiti cargo ship close to the port of Suez returned house on early Friday morning.
The sailors after arriving at Jinnah Worldwide airport expressed their gratitude to the Pakistani Embassy for executing preparations for his or her repatriation.
The captain of the ship was not capable of return with the crew as he was in hospital attributable to unwell well being, nonetheless he’s anticipated to achieve Pakistan in 4 to 5 days, confirmed chief engineer Muhammad Khaliq.
The sailors mentioned that the Sindh authorities didn’t prolong any cooperation for them and so they have reached house after a protracted battle.
A complete of 17 Pakistani sailors had been stranded onboard the MV AKKAZ which is anchored within the Suez Canal after the Egyptian authorities confiscated the vessel for non-payment of dues.
The MV AKKAZ owned by a Kuwaiti firm and chartered by a Dutch agency had set sail from Abu Dhabi on August 11, 2016 sure for Port Mentioned and Alexandria in Egypt after which onwards to the Netherlands.
Nevertheless, upon reaching the Suez waters in October the vessel was not allowed to enter attributable to mechanical failure and expiry of its technical license. The stranded sailors in response to the vessel’s Chief Officer Jameel Jangian are owed roughly Rs. 20 million by the delivery company in dues.
 

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