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International newspapers after the float EVER GIVIN: one of the largest rescue operations in history

International newspapers after the float EVER GIVIN: one of the largest rescue operations in history

International newspapers continued to highlight them to solve the delinquent ship crisis in the Suez Canal days ago, and the success of the Egyptian efforts to float it, and the American New York Times said that the rescue operation that took place to move the delinquent ship in the Suez Canal is one of the largest and most intense operations in modern history.

International newspapers after the float EVER GIVIN: one of the largest rescue operations in history


The newspaper pointed out that the army of operators, engineers, locomotive commanders and other rescue workers knew that they were in a race against time, because every day of the continued delinquency of the ship puts global supply chains in complete crisis.


The American "CNN" network reported the news of the delinquent ship floating in the Suez Canal completely after the success of the efforts exerted over the past days and hours to move it.


 "CNN" said that Egyptian television showed pictures of the ship completely floating for the first time in days, and added that the Qiyam was working on liberating the bow of the ship after the success of the displacement of its stern, which was stuck in the bank of the channel .. Two banks of the canal for the first time in seven days.


For its part, the Associated Press said that rescue teams managed to liberate the huge container ship that stopped global trade through the Suez Canal, thus putting an end to a crisis that plagued one of the most vital marine arteries in the world for a week.


 The agency added that the tugboat fleet was able, with the help of the high tide, to extract the bow of the ship, which is equivalent to the size of a skyscraper, from us to the sandy bank of the canal.


 After the 220,000-ton ship was towed over the canal bank, the rescue team was pulling the ship towards the lakes, where the vessel will undergo a technical examination, according to the canal authorities.


The Independent newspaper quoted the authorities as saying that the huge ship had moved away from the bank of the canal and had begun to move. Meanwhile, Bloomberg said efforts will now focus on restoring traffic in the canal, with more than 450 ships waiting near it.

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