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Egyptian state-run television station: More than 100 ships have passed through the Suez Canal

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The Long Grant was stranded last Tuesday due to an imbalance of strong winds and other factors, and is now out of trouble. (AFP)

Egyptian state-run television reported on Tuesday (March 30) that more than 100 ships have passed through the Suez Canal.Reuters quoted the report as saying that as of 6 a.m. local time on Tuesday (2 p.m. Singapore time), nearly 113 cargo ships have passed through the Suez Canal, which is in line with the plan previously announced by the authorities. The authority previously stated that it will speed up the passage of waiting cargo ships, allowing more than 100 vessels to pass through each day.The 400-meter-long Changci has been blocked by the Suez Canal since it was stranded by strong winds and other factors last Tuesday, causing two-way traffic on the canal to stop

Egyptian state-run television reported on Tuesday (March 30) that more than 100 ships have passed through the Suez Canal.

Egyptian state-run television reported on Tuesday (March 30) that more than 100 ships have passed through the Suez Canal.

Reuters quoted the report as saying that as of 6 a.m. local time on Tuesday, nearly 113 cargo ships have passed through the Suez Canal, which is in line with the plan previously announced by the authorities. The authority previously stated that it will speed up the passage of waiting cargo ships, allowing more than 100 vessels to pass through each day.

The 400-meter-long Changci has been blocked by the Suez Canal since it was stranded by strong winds and other factors last Tuesday, causing two-way traffic on the canal to stop

, which is in line with the plan previously announced by the authorities. The authority previously stated that it will speed up the passage of waiting cargo ships, allowing more than 100 vessels to pass through each day.

The 400-meter-long Changci has been blocked by the Suez Canal since it was stranded by strong winds and other factors last Tuesday, causing two-way traffic on the canal to stop

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