The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP
The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP
Indonesia

Indonesia seizes Iranian, Panamanian tankers for illegal oil transfer, other violations

  • The tankers are suspected of not displaying national flags, shutting off their identification systems and anchoring illegally, as well as spilling oil
  • Iranian state television acknowledged one of the tanker’s seizure, citing Indonesian authorities. The report did not elaborate

Topic |   Indonesia
The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP
The Panamanian-flagged MT Freya, left, and Iranian-flagged MT Horse tankers are seen anchored together in waters off Borneo island, Indonesia, on Sunday. Photo: Indonesian Maritime Security Agency via AP
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