Panama wants IMO to help crews stranded in China and Australia's coal conflict

Panama is now asking the Secretary General of the IMO to step in and help the many seafarers stranded on up to 74 ships in Chinese waters. The ships have been at anchor for months outside the country's ports loaded with Australian coal, which China has blocked.

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