Tanker immobilized by Chinese vs Indian crew standoff

Sep 09 2021


Product tanker QIAN TAI 1 has been stuck at Kakinada anchorage, eastern India, since early July; a Chinese captain is preventing Indian master and crew from boarding.

 

 

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