Almost all oil removed from damaged Japanese ship, says Mauritius' PM

Topics oil spillage | Mauritius


Mauritius' Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth said on Wednesday nearly all remaining oil had been removed from a damaged Japanese ship, which leaked about 1,000 tonnes in a threat to tourism already hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.   "At the time I'm talking to you, almost all the oil has been removed from the ship," Jugnauth told reporters, according to remarks shared by his office.

  All fuel had been removed from tanks, but there was some residue in parts of the ship, his office added.   Tourist.

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