Iranian oil tanker crew being interviewed as witnesses in Gibraltar
Friday, 5 July 2019 () The crew on a giant Iranian oil tanker detained in Gibraltar are being interviewed as witnesses, not criminal suspects, in an effort to establish the nature of the cargo and its ultimate destination, a spokesman for the British territory said.
Jeremy Hunt has said he is "extremely concerned" by the "unacceptable" seizure of oil tankers by Iranian authorities in the Persian Gulf, as it emerged one of the ships had been released. The Foreign..
Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO Duration: 00:52Published
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Theresa May, is discussing on Wednesday the issue with the Iranian oil tanker seized last week by Royal Marines and... OilPrice.com Also reported by •Deutsche Welle •Reuters •IndiaTimes •Wales Online
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo had a "constructive and positive" meeting with Iranian officials in London about the detained oil tanker Grace 1,... Reuters Also reported by •OilPrice.com •Wales Online
According to a media report, 18 Indian nationals are among the 23 crew members of the British-flagged oil tanker seized by Iran amid fresh escalation of tensions... IndiaTimes Also reported by •Deutsche Welle •Reuters •OilPrice.com •Mid-Day