Owner Of Tanker Says Crew Claims 'Flying Objects' Attacked Ship In Gulf Of Oman
According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, the president of Kokuka Sangyo said that two 'flying objects' damaged a Japanese tanker in an attack in the Gulf of Oman on Thursday, however no damage was dealt to the cargo of methanol. Katada said, “The crew told us something came flying at the ship, and they found a hole. Then some crew witnessed the second shot.” Reuters reports that the United States has blamed Iran for attacking the Kokuka Sangyo tanker and another tanker, the Norwegian-owned Front Altair, on Thursday, however Tehran has denied the allegations.
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