Filed on October 13, 2019 | Last updated on October 13, 2019 at 06.20 am
At 11:47 pm on Friday 12/2/1441, an email was gotten from the Jeddah Radio containing a letter from the commander of the Iranian vessel, Sabiti, detailing that the front of the vessel has been broken, bringing about an oil slick in the ocean from the load and tanks of the vessel.
Additionally read: Iran says oil tanker struck by rockets off Saudi Arabia
“In the wake of investigating the data by the Coordination Center, so as to give any fundamental help, it was discovered that the vessel kept working, cruising 67 nautical miles southwest of Jeddah Islamic Port, and has shut the robotized following framework, without reacting to the Coordinating Center’s correspondences,” he included an announcement conveyed by the Saudi Press Agency.
“At 15:50, the last position of the vessel was refreshed to 79 nautical miles, southwest of Jeddah Islamic Port, and 64 nautical miles from the closest purpose of shore, cruising at 9.7 bunches to 152 degrees.”
“The Kingdom insists its pledge to the security and wellbeing of sea route, just as global understandings and standards,” he finished up.