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Bangladeshi ship MV Abdullah attack by Somalian pirates, 23 sailors stranded.

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Update : Tuesday, March 12, 2024


The Bangladeshi flag ship MV Abdullah, owned by the Bangladeshi private shipping company SR Shipping Limited, was attacked by pirates 450 nautical miles off the coast of Somalia on its way to the United Arab Emirates with coal from the African country of Mozambique. There are a total of 23 Bangladeshi sailors on the ship. The pirates took full control of the ship. The ship is believed to have been attacked by Somali pirates and is being towed to a port in Somalia. Although several hours have passed, the pirates have not yet made any contact with the ship owner or made any demands.
However, as of the latest news, the 23 sailors on board are safe and the pirates have spoken to their families after taking control of the ship, confirmed Bangladesh Merchant Marine Officers Association General Secretary Sakhawat in a press release. The notification also informed that the matter is being closely monitored by contacting the ship owner immediately. The safety of Bangladeshi sailors is always given utmost importance.

It should be noted that earlier in 2010, the same owned Bangladeshi ship MV Jahan Moni fell under the hands of Somali pirates. The ship was freed after 3 months with 26 sailors on the initiative of the owner.

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