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Topic: Pireas

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KUALA LUMPUR: The captain of Greece-registered ship Pireas, which collided with a Malaysian vessel recently in the Straits of Johor, will face several charges under local laws, says Transport Minister Anthony Loke.
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SINGAPORE: Singapore is committed to resolving the ongoing bilateral issues with Malaysia in an “amicable and constructive manner”, and in strict accordance with bilateral agreements and internati...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore will not allow any foreign government vessels to assert authority in Singapore territorial waters, Foreign Affairs Minister Vivian Balakrishnan reiterated in Parliament on Tuesday...
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KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia's Foreign Ministry maintains that the recent collision between a Malaysian vessel and a Greek-registered ship occurred in Malaysian waters, though it is in talks with its Singaporean counterpart.
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PETALING JAYA: Putrajaya has again denied repeated claims by Singapore that Malaysian vessel Polaris, which was involved in a collision off the Johor Bahru Port, was anchored in Singapore territorial ...
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SINGAPORE - There was no "chief culprit" behind last week's collision involving the Greek carrier Pireas and a Malaysian government vessel, said the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) in a...
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Singapore has reiterated its call for Malaysia to withdraw its vessels from Singapore's territorial waters off Tuas, following a collision between Greek carrier Pireas and a Malaysian government vesse...
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SINGAPORE: A collision between a Greece-registered ship and a Malaysian government vessel occurred in Singapore territorial waters off Tuas on Saturday (Feb 9) afternoon.
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SINGAPORE - The Greek carrier Pireas was making a manoeuvre to leave Singapore's port limits off Tuas when it collided with Malaysian vessel Polaris, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)...
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SINGAPORE - Singapore has reiterated its call for Malaysia to withdraw its vessels from Singapore's territorial waters off Tuas, following a collision between Greek carrier Pireas and Malaysia governm...
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SINGAPORE: Following the collision between a Greece-registered ship and a Malaysian government vessel on Saturday (Feb 9) in Singapore territorial waters off Tuas, Singapore has reiterated “its call...
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SINGAPORE: Singapore’s maritime authority has expressed concern after two ships including a Malaysian vessel were involved in a collision within Singapore Port Limits off Tuas today.