Sri Lanka to demand further compensation from MT New Diamond

Jan 21 2021


The Marine Environment Protection Authority has decided to seek further compensation from the crude oil tanker MT New Diamond, which caught fire in the seas off Sri Lanka in September 2020.

    

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