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An interesting case to consider, regarding the chartering regime, is undoubtedly what happened last month in the Suez Canal, when the vessel Ever Given ran aground and blocked this key channel in maritime trade.
Denmark has agreed to send a navy frigate to the Gulf of Guinea to combat the scourge of piracy and crew kidnappings in the region.
The chairman of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA), Osama Rabie, has defended the management of the grounding of the Ever Given and revealed that there was one death during the operation to free the vessel.
Argentine port workers announced that they will go on strike for 48 hours after paralyzing the country's agricultural exports last week with a first work stoppage over the demand to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Vice Admiral Juan Francisco Herrera, maritime director of the National Navy, would leave office after having increased security in the port of Buenaventura.
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