Penang MMEA detains two barter trade ships from Myanmar


GEORGE TOWN, May 22 (Bernama): The Malaysian Maritime Enforcement Agency (MMEA) detained two barter trade ships from Myanmar for failing to provide relevant documents during an inspection in Penang waters on Friday night (May 20).

Penang MMEA director Maritime Captain Abd Razak Mohamed said the two ships, registered in Yangon, were detained at 6.50 pm and 6.55 pm, respectively, at 0.8 nautical miles northwest of Penang Port.

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