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Syrian ports return to work before shipping

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Post by rocky on Wed 09 Jan 2019, 2:30 pm

Syrian ports return to work before shipping

22:58 - 09/01/

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The Syrian Ports Administration announced the return of the ports of Lattakia, Tartous and the port of the oil estuary in Banias to work, following its closure last Sunday against navigation due to prevailing climatic conditions.
The Syrian ports said in a statement that "after the decline of the sea storm that took control of the region during the past days, characterized by strong winds and rising waves, it was decided to re-work in the ports mentioned."
The port manager Brigadier Akram Ibrahim said: "The return of maritime navigation to the ports of Latakia and Tartous and port of the oil estuary in Banias after the decline of the effectiveness of the low air and the decline of wind speed."
He added that "there were no losses due to the storm, because of precautionary measures taken by the Directorate in advance."
Syria has been affected since the beginning of this week, a polar air source, where the wind speed exceeded 70 km per hour sometimes, and the waves of the sea is relatively high. End 25 n





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