Huge naval ships and Iranian proceed crane lifted the sunken boats at the entrance to
Huge naval ships and Iranian proceed crane lifted the sunken boats at the entrance to the Shatt al-Arab
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 - 8:36
An Iraqi shipping source, that the fleet Iranian consists of pieces of naval specialist, including the crane huge naval embarked recovered boats sunken at the entrance to the Shatt al-Arab in Ras Bisha region, and stressed that these efforts will enhance the smooth flow of maritime navigation through the coast, which is beneficial to the two countries .
The source said that "fleet Iranian consists of pieces of naval specialist began hours before recovered many boats mired for years in Ras Bisha area at the entrance to the Shatt al-Arab from the sea," noting that "the fleet consists of crane huge naval called (Arvind Tide in 1000), and the ship (Mahdia 3), and the ship (Hsawi 101), in addition to boats to transport rubble and steel structures of the area of operations to the coast at the mouth of the land. "
The source, who requested anonymity, that "the sunken vessels that are being recovered all hard Iranians scattered near the wreckage of a military tubular bridge, which was built during the war between the two countries," adding that "these efforts will enhance the smooth flow of maritime navigation through the channel of the Shatt al-Arab , which it is for the benefit and interest to the two countries, since the channel leading to the ports of Abu Flus stronghold and the Iraqis, and lead to the five Iranian ports, including the ports of Khorramshahr and Abadan and Khosroabad. "