Stranded Indian ship crew returns home after 14 months

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KUWAIT CITY, Jun 4: The Indian Embassy Ambassador to Kuwait, HE Sibi George praised efforts made by the Ministry of Public Works and Minister of State for Communications and Information technology  Dr. Rana Al-Faris in resolving the crisis of the Indian crew of the ship ULA stuck in Shuaiba port for 14 months due to legal problems. The crew was allowed to return to their country after Minister Rana Al-Faris dealt with the case on humanitarian basis within 3 months.

Ministry of Public Works and Minister of State for Communications and Information technology Dr. Rana Al-Faris and The Indian Embassy Ambassador to Kuwait, HE Sibi George

Dr Rana Al Faris personally followed up with the department of Maritime Transport in the Transport Sector at the Ministry of Communications, in cooperation with several local and international bodies, and in follow-up with the Embassy of India in Kuwait to address the problem of the crew, reports Al Anba. After 14 months the crew left Kuwait via Kuwait International Airport. Meanwhile Turkish Ambassador HE Aisha Koytak  bid farewell to the captain of the ship ULA Yousef Sancer Soutan upon his departure for Turkey.

 The crew of the ship (ULA) before leaving to their country at Kuwait International Airport

Turkish Ambassador Aisha Koytak bids farewell to Captain Yusuf Sancer Soutan

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