Suez Canal Authority won’t seek arbitration on Ever Given ship

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The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said Sunday it will not resort to international arbitration in the case of Ever Given container ship, which ran aground in the waterway more than two months ago. reports that this wa reported by foreign media.

"We will not resort to international arbitration because the Egyptian judiciary has jurisdiction in the case of the stranded ship as it occurred on Egyptian territory,” lawyer Khaled Abu Bakr said during a press conference organized by the SCA.

Abu Bakr said the owners of the ship have expressed readiness to “reach mutually satisfactory solutions”.

2021.05.31 / 09:51
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