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The Panamanian-flagged ship that the Houthis hit in the Red Sea is Greek-owned

The Panamanian-flagged crude oil tanker that was attacked by the Houthis while sailing about 10 nautical miles southwest of Moka, Yemen is Greek-owned. According to what US Central Command announced, the attack took place at approximately 1 am. (Sanaa time) on May 18, when the Iranian-backed Houthis launched an anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) into the Red Sea and hit the M/T Wind, a Panamanian-flagged, Greek-owned oil tanker. “About 1 a.m. (Sanaa / Yemen time) on May 18, the Iranian-backed Houthis launched an anti-ship ballistic missile (ASBM) into the Red Sea and hit the Panamanian-flagged oil tanker M/T Wind, owned and operated by Greece,” states the US Central Command in its post on X. “The M/T Wind had recently docked in Russia and was bound for China. The attack caused flooding which resulted in the loss of propulsion and steering. […]
Source: News Beast

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