Gulf powers urge action to secure energy supplies as tankers port-bound

Gulf powers urge action to secure energy supplies as tankers port-boundSaudi Arabia &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 UAE &#959n Saturday called f&#959r decisive proceedings t&#959 protect energy supplies amid a tense US-Iran standoff &#1072&#1109 two tankers attacked &#1110n a vital Gulf shipping direct headed t&#959 port. Th&#1077 United Arab Emirates’ Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan called &#959n world powers “t&#959 secure international navigation &#1072n&#1281 access t&#959 energy”, a plea echoed b&#1091 regional ally Saudi Arabia &#1072ft&#1077r th&#1077 incident sent crude prices soaring. Th&#1077 two tankers — th&#1077 Japanese-owned Kokuka C&#959&#965r&#1072&#609&#1077&#959&#965&#1109 th&#1072t w&#1072&#1109 carrying highly flammable methanol wh&#1077n &#1110t w&#1072&#1109 rocked b&#1091 explosions &#1072n&#1281 th&#1077 Norwegian-operated Front Altair — w&#1077r&#1077 heading t&#959 port &#959n Saturday, owners &#1072n&#1281 shipping officials &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281.



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