Two tankers attacked in the Gulf of Oman

The Gulf of Oman has become another hot spot on the planet, where ships associated with the transportation of oil from this region are at particular risk.

According to the Iranian government-funded international news Press TV, today, Thursday, June 13, in the Gulf of Oman, two oil vessels were attacked.

Currently, neither the nature of the attack, nor the name and affiliation of the attacked ships are known. It is also unknown about the victims of the attack and the extent of the damage received by tankers.

Signals of the attack were received by the seaports of Pakistan and Oman. According to the channel, we can talk about explosions on board ships.

Recall that on May 12, in the port of Fujairah (UAE), located in the same Gulf of Oman, sabotage was committed against a dozen tankers, during which explosions occurred that led to a fire on oil tankers.

US National Security Advisor to the US President John Bolton, and later the US State Department, said the sabotage was arranged by Iran using magnetic mines. Given that the American version was not developed, it was to be expected that attacks on ships would continue.
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  1. Port Offline Port
    Port 13 June 2019 13: 14
    S.Sh.P. we need a reason to attack Iran, and tankers are blowing up, recently one on the Euphrates bombed fascism revived after 70 years after the defeat, humanity has yet another battle with the fascists this time from S.Sh.P. ...