Danish Maritime Authority turns case about Norden's false logbooks over to the police

The case concerning Norden's fabricated, false logbooks, aimed at covering up voyages to Israel, has now been turned over to Danish police, informs the Danish Maritime Authority.

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Danish police will now continue the investigation of the false logbooks, which Norden for years instructed its captains aboard the company's tanker vessels to fabricate in order to keep voyages to Israel secret, the Danish Maritime Authority informs ShipppingWatch after the authority started investigating the matter in late March.

In the response, the Danish Maritime Authority writes that it has "asked the police authority to investigate the matter further, based on the information unveiled by the media."

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