Yemen: Marking ‘significant milestone’, UN says stricken tanker salvage operation can begin

Sep 21 2022


More than $75 million has been pledged to carry out the vital operation to salvage supertanker FSO Safer, off the Yemeni coast

The salvage of the ageing supertanker FSO Safer, off the Yemeni coast, can now begin, the UN said on Wednesday, after it announced that more than $75 million has been pledged to carry out the vital operation.

 

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