The black box data of the Iranian oil tanker “Sanchi” that sank in the East China Sea earlier this month after burning for eight days was delivered to Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization, the deputy head of the organization announced on Monday.
Giant oil slicks have reportedly been forming off China's east coast just over a week after a burning Iranian oil tanker in the area, amid warnings by environmentalists that the spill could threaten the marine life there by exposing it to extremely toxic substances.
Chinese officials and rescue workers did everything they could to handle the situation in a recent tragic incident during which Iranian oil tanker Sanchi sank in the East China Sea after burning for a week, China’s ambassador to Iran said.
Iran's Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission is charged with following-up the case of the Jan 6 collision of the Iranian oil tanker (Sanchi) with a Chinese freighter which led to the tragic death of all 32 crews on board the Iranian ship, a senior lawmaker announced on Tuesday.
Secretary of National Security Council Ali Shamkhani has issued a message of condolences over the death of sailors on board an Iranian oil tanker that sank after burning following a collision in the East China Sea.
The Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad-Hossein Baqeri offered condolences to the families of the crew of the Iranian oil tanker Sanchi bursting into flames from end to end and sinking off China’s coast.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has issued a message of condolence over the "bitter and heartrending" deadly incident involving an Iranian oil tanker bursting into flames from end to end and sinking off China’s coast.