Singapore oil tanker suspected of illegally berthing in Malaysia, including 8 Chinese

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 Singapore oil tanker suspected of illegally berthing in Malaysia, including 8 Chinese


According to Lianhe Zaobao, Malaysias maritime law enforcement agency said a Singapore registered oil tanker was detained for allegedly illegally berthing in the waters of Penang.

(function() {(window. Slotbydup = window. Slotbydup| []). Push ({ID: u5811557, container: ssp_, async: true});))))); Malaysias maritime law enforcement agency, Penang state director hamizan, said in a statement on Monday that after receiving the report, they found the Singapore registered oceangull in the sea area 26 nautical miles west of mukahead at 12 noon on the star date. He pointed out that there were 20 crew members and captains on board at that time, aged between 23 and 55. These include four Bangladeshis, eight Chinese, seven Burmese and one Indonesian. He said the investigation found that the tanker did not apply for a berthing permit, which has violated the illegal berthing provisions of the merchant shipping ordinance of 1952. Once the charges are brought and convicted, the defendant may be fined not more than RM100000 (about rmb170000) or imprisoned not more than two years, or both. Source: CCTV news client Author: Deng Xuemei editor in charge: Lin Qihui

Hamizan, director of Malaysias maritime law enforcement agency Penang, said in a statement on Monday that after receiving the report, they found the Singapore registered ocean gull in the 26 nautical miles west of mukahead at 12 noon Sunday. He pointed out that there were 20 crew members and captains on board at that time, aged between 23 and 55. These include four Bangladeshis, eight Chinese, seven Burmese and one Indonesian.