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Saudi-led coalition impounds another Yemen-bound fuel ship in act of piracy

Press TV 15 Nov 2022
The senior Yemeni energy official noted that the ship was detained and prevented from reaching the port of Hudaydah despite having undergone inspection in Djibouti and obtaining necessary permits from ...
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Oil Updates — Crude prices down; Five Iran-related oil tankers lose their flags following US sanctions 

Arab News 15 Nov 2022
Oil tankers Bueno, B Luminosa, Bluefins and Boceanica were suspended in recent days from the Djibouti International Ship Registry after the sanctions, while vessel Rain Drop was removed from the Maritime Cook Island’s registry, according to communications provided by UANI.
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Feature: Djibouti enhances regional logistics hub position through robust cooperation with China

People Daily 10 Nov 2022
In recent years, Djibouti has been actively participating in the Belt and Road Initiative, working with China on infrastructure and trade projects that dovetail with the "Djibouti Vision 2035" plan to give full play to the nation's unique geographic advantages and to achieve the country's goal of becoming a regional shipping and commercial hub.
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US-sanctioned oil tanker stuck in Indonesia carries Venezuelan fuel

The Jakarta Post 10 Nov 2022
Last month, the Djibouti-flagged Young Yong received cargoes through ship-to-ship operations from US-blacklisted tanker Silvia I and from the ...
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Ethio-Djibouti Unwavering Relations

Capital Ethiopia 06 Nov 2022
Finance mobilization and execution of mega projects which are registering monumental results have propelled Djibouti to the logistics giant it is today ... Other ships bring their containers to Djibouti and then, our vessel redistributes to secondary ports in the region since the big ships are not able to anchor due to the water depth.
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to countries in need

The New Arab 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkey have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, ... "We will ensure that grain ships reach all countries in need, especially Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan, which are struggling with serious food crisis and famine.".
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Russia, Turkiye to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Arab News 04 Nov 2022
Russia and Turkiye have reached an agreement to deliver grain free of charge to countries in need including Djibouti, ... "We will ensure that grain ships reach all countries in need, especially Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan, which are struggling with serious food crisis and famine.".
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Russia, Turkey to send free grain to needy countries: Erdogan

Khaleejtimes 04 Nov 2022
"[Russian President Vladimir Putin] told me during our telephone conversation that we should send grain free of charge to countries including Djibouti, Somalia and Sudan ... "We will ensure that grain ships reach all countries in need, especially Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan, which are struggling with serious food crisis and famine.".
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Türkiye vows to send grain, fertilizers to countries in need

Anadolu Agency 04 Nov 2022
"During our call with Mr. Putin, he said, 'Let's send grain free of charge to countries like Djibouti, Somalia, and Sudan.' In that, we were on the same page.". "We will ensure that grain ships reach every country in need, starting with Somalia, Djibouti, and Sudan, which are struggling with a severe food crisis and famine," he added ... .
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Turkiye vows to send grain, fertilizer to countries in need

Urdu Point 04 Nov 2022
"During our call with Mr. Putin, he said, 'Let's send grain free of charge to countries like Djibouti, Somalia, and Sudan.' In that, we were on the same page." "We will ensure that grain ships reach every country in need, starting with Somalia, Djibouti, and Sudan, which are struggling with a severe food crisis and famine," he added ... ....
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Türkiye, Russia agree to send free grain to needy countries, says Erdogan

China.dot.org 04 Nov 2022
"We'll make sure that the grain-laden ships reach all the countries in need, starting with Djibouti, Somalia, and Sudan, which are dealing with severe food crises," Erdogan added ... shipped from certain Ukrainian ports.
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Ukraine's president accuses Russia of 'energy terrorism'

The Facts 04 Nov 2022
Russia agreed Wednesday to rejoin a wartime agreement brokered by the United Nations and Turkey allowing Ukrainian grain and other commodities to be shipped to world markets ... “We will ensure that grain ships reach all needy countries, primarily Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan, which are struggling with a serious food crisis,” Erdogan said.
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Ukraine’s president accuses Russia of ‘energy terrorism’

Artesia Daily Press 04 Nov 2022
Russia agreed Wednesday to rejoin a wartime agreement brokered by the United Nations and Turkey allowing Ukrainian grain and other commodities to be shipped to world markets ... “We will ensure that grain ships reach all needy countries, primarily Somalia, Djibouti and Sudan, which are struggling with a serious food crisis,” Erdogan said.

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