The Lebanese judiciary keeps seizing a petrol vessel bound for Syria

The Lebanese judiciary keeps seizing a petrol vessel bound for Syria
The Lebanese judiciary keeps seizing a petrol vessel bound for Syria
The case of the vessel loaded with benzene, which was bound for Syria, reacted in violation of the sanctions imposed on the Syrian regime.
According to information, the investigations in the case of the “jaguar S” ship focused on finding out the reason for its anchorage off Al Zahrani, and not any other port after it was confirmed that its destination was Syria.

The information indicated that the Lebanese judiciary maintains the seizure of the ship, refusing to export it to Turkey at the request of its agent, in order to prevent Lebanon from being subjected to penalties.

The General Directorate of Oil – Department of Oil Facilities issued a statement yesterday confirming that it was unaware of the vessel located off Zahrani in Lebanese territorial waters, indicating that it is ignorant of its source.

She pointed out that “the import of oil derivatives for the benefit of the facilities is based on the tenders conducted by a specialized committee with an official mandate in accordance with the rules, and therefore the ship is now under investigation by the competent authorities.”

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