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7 Oct 2016

Author:
Ankita Chaturvedl

14 Indian sailors stranded near UAE without food, water

14 Indians are stuck off a UAE port on four merchant ships [MT Beta, MY Cityelite, MT Al Nouf and MT Laowadale] without access to food, fresh water... for four months now. They have not even been paid their due salaries since they were recruited...

The Indian Consulate in Dubai... stated: "The Consulate is aware of 14 stranded Indian seafarers in Fujairah and Khorfakan anchorage. They are on board vessels MT Beta, MT City Elite, MT Low dale & MT Al Nouf since around last 3 months. All the vessels are owned by a Fujairah-based Company, namely Venous Ship Management."

[We were unable to find contact information for Venous Ship Management and were unable to invite them to respond to the article.]

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