Reuters quoted a shipping services company as saying that the stranded ship in the Suez Canal was floated in an operation in which 10 tugs were used.
The marine services provider, “Inchcape,” said earlier today that rescue teams had succeeded in liberating the giant ship, nearly a week after it ran aground on one of the most important commercial routes in the world.
Bloomberg also reported on Monday that the “Ever Green” floatation operations have succeeded, nearly a week after it closed the Suez Canal.
She explained that the rescue teams had succeeded in liberating the giant ship, according to what was reported by the marine services provider, “Inchcape”, almost a week after it ran aground in one of the most important commercial routes in the world.
In addition, she pointed out that although the ship began to float again, it is not clear when the waterway will be opened to traffic, or how long the issue of resolving the impasse faced by more than 450 stuck ships that were on their way to Suez might take. .
The Suez Canal Authority confirmed in a statement issued early on Sunday evening that “work has been intensified to remove the canal coverings and dredging around the bow of the stranded ship to facilitate its floatation during tension maneuvers.”
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