Dan-Bunkering blames name confusion for new Syria case

The case from August last year, when Danske Bank reported Dan-Bunkering to Danish authorities on a suspicion of supplying fuel to Syria was caused by mix-up in names, says the company. Dan-Bunkering, however, is not able to get the explanation verified.

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When Dan-Bunkering was reported to the Danish authorities in August last year by Danske Bank on suspicion that the company might have violated the sanctions against jet fuel delivery to Syria, it was allegedly due to a mix-up between "Syria", which is spelled "Syrien" in Danish, and the common Danish name "Søren".

This is the explanation given by Dan-Bunkering, which has so far been silent, but now presents its version of events to local Danish media

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