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Gibraltar releases Iranian tanker Grace 1: Gibraltar Chronicle

2019/08/15 | 20:52

(Iraq Now News)-

Gibraltar has released the Iranian tanker Grace 1, according to

the Gibraltar Chronicle.“Authorities in Gibraltar

have released the Iranian supertanker Grace 1, which was seized on July 4 on

suspicion it was shipping 2.1 million barrels of crude oil to Syria in breach

of EU sanctions,” the newspaper said.The chief justice of

Gibraltar’s supreme court, Anthony Dudley, said there was no U.S.

application

currently before the court.A spokesman for the Stena

Impero tanker, seized by Iran last month, said the situation remained the same

with the Stena Impero and that the company awaited further developments from

the United Kingdom and Iran.

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