UK recommends all British-flagged ships adopt a heightened security state in the Strait of Hormuz: Sky


11/7/2019 17:25:00
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Britain has recommended all British-flagged ships go to a heightened state of security in the Strait of Hormuz, Sky News reported on Thursday, citing unnamed maritime industry sources.

 

A Department for Transport spokeswoman said: “The Department for Transport, as competent authority, regularly provides Security Advice to UK and Red Ensign Group Shipping on how they should operate in areas of high risk.”

 

 

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