Israeli-owned Container Ship Lori Allegedly Hit by a Missile Near Oman

Iran blamed as Israeli-owned ship said hit by missile near Oman
Iran blamed as Israeli-owned ship said hit by missile near Oman

According to Israeli Defense, a ship named “Lori” was hit by missiles in the Arabian Sea on March 24. The ship is owned by XT. Nahul Ltd. (XT MANAGEMENT LTD) from Haifa. According to reports, no casualties and minor damage were caused to the ship that continues on its way to India.

As the shadow war between Iran and Israel appears to be heating up at sea, another Israeli-owned vessel reportedly came under missile fire in the Gulf of Oman early Thursday morning, possibly by Iranian forces.

According to media reports, the Liberian-flagged container ship Lori departed from Dar es Salaam in Tanzania on March 21, heading for the port of Mundra on the west coast of India, when it was struck.

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The Track Of Lori (Source: Marine Traffic)

XT Management spokesman Moshe Ronen did not respond to requests for comment. The details of the incident is not clear yet.

Where is the Lori Now?

Container Ship LORI is currently located at WCI – West Coast India at position 22° 44′ 18.024″ N, 69° 42′ 3.384″ E as reported by MarineTraffic Terrestrial Automatic Identification System on 2021-03-26 18:36 UTC


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