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22 Feb 2016

Maria-Katerina Naki, via Human Rights at Sea

Statement from sister of missing seafarer Anastasios Nakis

"MISSING SEAFARERS REPORTING PROGRAMME Family Impact Statement", 10 Feb 2016

My name is Maria-Katerina Naki, I am the sister of…Anastasios Nakis. Anastasios went missing onboard the bulk carrier Ingrid C flying the Marshall Islands flag on the 12th of April 2015 a few hours before the ship reached…Manzanillo, Mexico…Ingrid C…belongs to the company EFShipping…On…(12th April 2015)…the chief master of the company who was aboard Ingrid C vessel…told us that my brother went missing…He reported to us that they looked everywhere for him on board…and at sea…They did not find any trace of my brother…When the ship arrived…in Houston Texas, the three greek crew members, gave a testimony to the Hellenic Coast Guard Maritime Attaché…From the very moment on we have not been informed on anything regarding the case of my brother…We have appealed to all stakeholders involved in the case. Unfortunately, we found many doors closed…We hereby publicly deny…that…my brother, the scenario of suicide…We believe that there are people out there who are to be held responsible for our child’s loss…