The new Japanese Prime Minister has ensure Australia that the search for a cattle ship that sank during a typhoon will resume.
Following the capsizing incident of the Gulf Livestock 1 off Japan, families and relatives of the 40 missing crewmembers plead the governement to continue the search and rescue operations.
After Japan acceded to the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage, 2001 and the Nairobi International Convention on the Removal of Wrecks, 2007, its ships have specific requirements to fulfill.
Reuters reports that Japan’s Coast Guard suspended its search operations for the crewmembers of the striken cattle ship in the East China Sea due to the typhoon.
Following Gulf Livestock carrier’s capsize after sailing into a typhoon, Japan Coast Guard managed to rescue two out of the 43 missing crew.
A Panamanian-flagged livestock carrier with 43 crewmembers onboard is said to have been lost southwest of Japan after sailing into a typhoon moving across the region.
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