Libyan Navy forces intercept an illicit oil vessel loaded with 5227 tons of diesel fuel
The Libyan Navy forces said they intercepted an illicit oil vessel loaded with 5227 tons of diesel fuel 11 miles off Abu Kamash district.
The spokesman of the Navy Force, Ayoub Qasim, said the vessel, named Temeteron, was taken to Tripoli port Wednesday with 5227 tons of diesel fuel onboard.
Qasim added that the vessel had 9 crewmembers onboard: 5 from Ukraine, 3 from Russia, and 1 from Greece, adding that the relevent authorities were told to empty the vessel from the diesel fuel it wanted to smuggle from Libya.
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