Pirates release captured crew-members of Greek tanker 'Happy Lady

Jan 23 2020


The eight crew-members of the Greek-flagged tanker "Happy Lady", among them five Greek nationals, that had been taken by pirates in an attack near the coast of Cameroon were released on Wednesday.

Shipping and Island Policy Minister Yiannis Plakiotakis expressed his joy at the release of the Greek seamen, noting that "the coordinated efforts bore fruit. I wish them a safe trip back to Greece and to their families".

 

 

Report from AMNA


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