23 Indian sailors stuck in China will return on January 14: Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya

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    23 Indian sailors stuck in China will return on January 14: Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya

    He stated this might be made possible just due to the strong leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


    Indian sailors stuck in China will returning home next week.

    Indian sailors stuck in China will returning house next week. (Photo: ANI)

    Updated: Jan 9, 2021, 03: 41 PM IST

    The 23 Indian sailors who are currently stuck in China will return house on January 14, Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya stated on Saturday. The cargo ship MV Jag Anand is set to sail towards Chiba in Japan, the shipping minister informed.

    ” Our seafarers stuck in China are concerning India. Ship MV Jag Anand, having 23 Indian team, stuck in China is set to SAIL towards Chiba, Japan, to carry out team modification, will reach India on 14 th January,” the Ports, Shipping and Waterways Minister said in a tweet.

    He stated this might be made possible only due to the strong management of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

    Mandaviya likewise acknowledged ‘the humanitarian method of the Great Eastern Shipping Company towards the seafarers and standing by them in this essential time!’

    On December 30, 2020, he had actually said that Indian sailors stuck in China will be revived soon as diplomatic talks are on with the neighbouring nation. Two cargo vessels with Indian sailors on board have been on anchorage in Chinese waters as they were not allowed to dump their freight, though some other ships have handled to do so.

    ” Diplomatic talks are going on for this successfully. Our seafarers will come to India soon,” the Shipping Minister had stated in reply, to a question about sailors being stuck in China for the last 7 months during a Cabinet briefing.

    China on December 25 had stated that there is no ‘link’ in between the stranded Indian ship team on its Chinese ports and its strained relations with India and Australia.

    The declaration had come a day after the Ministry for External Affairs (MEA) had said that two freight vessels with an overall of 39 Indians on board have actually been on anchorage in Chinese waters as they were not allowed to unload their cargo.

    ” There is a significant amount of tension on the crew members on account of this unmatched scenario,” External Affairs Ministry representative Anurag Srivastava had actually stated.

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