Latest News for: Suez


The Suez Canal Authority clarifies the fact of contracting with an Israeli company to manage it

MegaloPreneur 05 Feb 2023
revealed, on Friday, the fact that the Egyptian Suez Canal Authority had contracted with an Israeli company to manage its services, in denial, and its decision to take legal action against the promoters of this news ... The Suez Canal statement came the day after an alleged contract ...

Suez Canal Authority denies agreement with Israel company, takes legal action

Middle East Monitor 04 Feb 2023
The Egyptian Suez Canal Authority (SCA) on Friday denied reaching an agreement with an Israeli company to manage its services and decided to take legal ...

Egypt's Suez Canal denies contracting Israeli company to manage its services

Anadolu Agency 04 Feb 2023
Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) has denied reports about contracting an Israeli company to manage its services ... He reiterated Egypt’s sovereignty in all political and economic aspects by managing, operating, and maintaining the navigational facility of the Suez Canal.

Egypt debunks rumors on selling Suez Canal to foreign party for 99 years

Egypt Independent 04 Feb 2023
The Suez Canal Authority (SCA) responded on Friday to rumors circulating about selling the vital waterway to a foreign company to manage it through a 99-year concession contract ... aspects through managing, operating and maintaining the navigational facility of the Suez Canal.

Diaa Rashwan: Suez Canal ‘symbol of Egypt’s modern history’

Egypt Independent 04 Feb 2023
The Suez Canal is more than a waterway in Egypt, as it has been considered a symbol of Egypt’s modern history since its establishment in 1805, General Coordinator of the National Dialogue and Head of the State Information Service (SIS) Diaa Rashwan said Friday ... 99 suggests the re-occupation of the Suez Canal by foreign forces, Rashwan said.

Tankers and toll hike boost Suez Canal income to monthly record

Tradewinds 03 Feb 2023
The Suez Canal, a key artery for global trade and Egypt’s ...

Tanker Breaks Down in Suez Canal, but Traffic Not Disrupted

The Epoch Times 03 Feb 2023
CAIRO—A tanker transporting liquefied natural gas broke down in the Suez Canal on Wednesday but traffic in the global waterway was ...

Sisi’s Suez Canal Debacle

Your Middle East 03 Feb 2023
A recently approved amendment regarding Suez Canal operations highlights the problems inherent to the Egyptian regime’s model of capitalism. ... .

LNG tanker refloated in Suez Canal, vessel traffic unaffected

Seatrade Maritime News 03 Feb 2023
An incident involving an LNG tanker which broke down in the Suez Canal on Wednesday has been resolved ... Suez Canal Authority inks MoU with Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. A local source told Seatrade Maritime News last year that the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) had recently acquired ...

Suez Cabal Authority denies ship went aground

Egypt Independent 02 Feb 2023
The official spokesperson for the Suez Canal Authority, George Safwat has denied that a ship ran aground inside the canal’s navigational course ... He pointed out that 67 ships passes through the Suez Canal on Thursday ... ....

LNG carrier runs aground in Suez Canal

SAFETY4SEA 02 Feb 2023
An LNG carrier ran aground in the Suez Canal, on February 1, but did not pose any threat to maritime traffic through the waterway ... at the Suez Canal, after suffering a sudden technical failure.

Suez Canal achieves highest monthly revenue in its history at $802 M

Egypt Today 02 Feb 2023
 .  . CAIRO – 2 February 2023. Head of the Suez Canal Authority Osama Rabei said on Thursday the international waterway achieved in January the highest monthly revenue in its history, reaching $802 million, surpassing the record achieved in August by $56.4 million.   ... .

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