Panamanian ship hit by missile in Ukraine


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Warship during naval exercise in the Black Sea| Photo: EFE

A Panamanian-flagged ship was hit this Friday by a missile in a port in southeastern Ukraine, with no reported injuries, said the Maritime Authority of Panama (AMP), which issued an alert at around 19 ships flying the flag of country that are in Ukrainian and Russian waters.

The Maritime Authority of Panama, which has the largest merchant fleet in the world under its registry, with 8.540 flagged ships, issued an alert requesting the fleet to maintain maximum vigilance in waters Ukrainians and Russians in the Black Sea and the Sea of ​​Azov.

In a statement, the AMP stated that “two ships of the Panamanian registry are currently in the port of Odessa, and in the area covered by the notice to the fleet, there are about 19 other ships”.

The Namura Queen was hit by a missile on the stern while waiting to load grain at the port of Pivdenny, located in southwest Ukraine. Cleanseas Shipmanagement, the vessel’s operator, confirmed that “the 19 crew members, none of Panamanian nationality, are safe” and that the missile impact generated a fire on board that was extinguished by the port firefighters.

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