Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua
Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua

Indian sailors stranded due to China-Australia dispute allowed to leave Chinese coast

  • The seafarers and their ship had been stuck outside the Chinese port of Jingtang because of an embargo on Australian, along with more than 50 other vessels
  • Unable to leave for seven months, the sailors have finally arrived in Tokyo after being granted passage to Japan

Topic |   China-Australia relations
Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua
Two cargo ships loaded with containers are seen at the Jingtang port area in Hebei. Around 55 ships, along with scores of sailors, are still stuck in Chinese waters. Photo: Xinhua
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