The Egyptian media, Mona El-Shazly, published a picture on her official page on the social networking site “Facebook” showing her virtual hosting of the delinquent vessel “Ever Giffen”, which was suspended in the Suez Canal since last Tuesday, and until it was floated on Monday afternoon, and the navigation movement in the canal was restored to normal after its suspension. For about a week after the ship ran aground.
The media, Mona El-Shazly, commented on the virtual image of the meeting, which was designed by the “Photoshop” program, saying: “It is not of this degree, the studio group, it will not come on its way … Ed received the one who made it (referring to the composite image).
The photomontage received about a quarter of a million interactions during the first day of its publication only, and the picture aroused the sense of humor among users of social networking sites “Facebook”, and one of them wrote in the way of Mona El Shazly in the conversation, saying to the delinquent ship: “Tell me about your feelings when they are selling you, no second. Able to get the first break.
Another said: “No, we want to install a picture of Reham Saeed on it, and she says it, I don’t regret it,” while a third said: “Seconds, O ship, tell us from the first pure.” And a fourth commentator said: “Tell us more when you feel and you are stuck in the canal.” And a fifth commentator said : “We will do the festival of liberation of the ship and take a vacation for all of us, God willing.”
It is noteworthy that the navigation traffic in the Suez Canal resumed, yesterday, Monday, after the floatation of the huge container ship Evergiven, which blocked the waterway for about a week.
The ship “Ever Giffen” veered off and closed the channel with a width in a southern sector of it on the morning of March 23, which led to the suspension of shipping traffic in the shortest shipping route between Europe and Asia. Examining it in the Great Bitter Lake, which is located between two parts of the canal, to ensure its seaworthiness
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