19 January 2020

4 Iranian cargo ships stuck in Brazil without fuel

Home page Incident
12 Punto 14 Punto 16 Punto 18 Punto

Four ships belonging to the state-owned Iranian company Sapid were stuck in Brazil after they were left without fuel, while the Brazilian fuel company Petrobras refused to refuel them in connection with anti-Iranian sanctions. reports citing Brasilian media that Petrobras said that all four vessels - Delruba, Ganj, Bavand and Termeh - are on the sanctions list, and if they are refueled the company could incur serious losses in the United States.

The four cargo vessels were sent to Brazil for corn. The fifth bulk carrier, Daryabar, managed to refuel and headed for Iran with a cargo of corn, and currently it is off the South African coast.

2019.07.20 / 16:13
See also

Over 20 protestors injured, 2 killed in Baghdad

Syrian regime launches ground offensive in Aleppo

3 Turkish soldiers killed in Libya

Terrible explosion in Syria: Turkish officers killed

Germany criticizes Egypt over raid on Anadolu Agency

Philippine volcano shows signs of calming

5.3-magnitude quake hits in Peru

Ukraine asks Iran for downed plane's data recorders

Blast and huge fire at Spanish chemical factory

Rocket attack hits Iraq military base housing US forces

Xocalı soyqırımı — 1992-ci il Bağla
Bize yazin Bağla