MMEA Terengganu detains three tankers for illegally selling bunker fuel

Aug 27 2020


The Terengganu state division of Malaysia Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) has reportedly detained three bunker tankers which they believe were illegally selling bunker fuel to Vietnamese fishermen in the Terengganu territory of the South China Sea.

    

Manifold Times


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