The first cargo ship successfully passed through the entire Suez Canal since the waterway was reopened after a closure of nearly a week due to the suspension of the huge cargo ship “Evergiven”.
New York times It was reported that the Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship identified as “YM Wish” was the first vessel to allow the canal to pass through and set out from the southern end bound for the port of Jeddah at around 9:15 PM EST in the US and was bound for the Red Sea Oujda, the port of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ship tracking website, MarineTraffic.com, He counted several ships traveling through the canal on Monday evening after the successful YM Wish voyage.
The Suez Canal was closed Since last Tuesday After Ever Given was installed into the waterway at a vertical angle, it successfully blocked traffic in both directions. Tugboats, rigs and rigs worked for about a week to free the ship, which finally resurfaced early Monday with the help of the higher-than-normal tide.
A Navy spokesman He admitted on Sunday The buildup of ships buildup and the closure of the canal had an indeterminate effect on the US Navy efforts, while analyzing A CNBC report estimated for the first time last week that $ 400 million in global trade is delayed every hour the Suez Canal is closed.
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