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Abandonment ID: 00502
Nombre del buque:Faridah[disputed]
Puerto de abandono:Port Saleef, Yemen
Fecha de abandono:14 Febrero 2020
Fecha de notificación:2 Diciembre 2020
Reporting Member Govt. or Org.:Fed. Int. de los Trabajadores del Trasporte (ITF) (ISWAN)
No. de marinos:6
Nacionalidades:Bangladesh(2); India(4)
Circunstancias:Landing craft

Unpaid wages
Acciones tomadas:Other
Seafarers have contacted to Indian Embassy in Yemen in March 2020.
Estado de la repatriación:Repatriation pending
All seafarers had been locked in a hotel room in Yemen for past 9 months. As informed, now they are being rescued by Indian Embassy in Yemen.
Estado del pago:Payment Pending
USD 36,900
Comentarios y observaciones:India (3 Marzo 2021)
From Ministry of ports, shipping and waterways
I am directed to refer to your email dated 13.01.2021 informing this Office about the abandonment of vessel FARIDAH at Port Saleef, Yemen since 14.02.2020 having 06 Seafarers (04 from India and 02 from Bangladesh) on board.
2. lt was also informed that all the Indian Seafarers want to get paid and repatriated as they all had been locked in a hotel room in Yemen from past 09 months and were rescued by Indian Embassy in Yemen but their concern related to unpaid wages still remains the same.
3. In this connection, it is stated that on examining the E-Gov database of this Directorate, details of Recruitment & Placement of Seafarers Agency/Company through which these seafarer were recruited on board could not be found. Therefore, the possibility of these Indian seafarers being recruited through the un-registered Recruitment & Placement of Seafarers Agency/Company cannot be ruled out.
4. In view of the above, it is requested that the details of the issue may please be confirmed from the source of the complaint and communicated to this Office for further necessary action.

Non-governmental Organization (5 Marzo 2021)
Seafarers have been repatriated but their wages still remains unpaid.

Última actualización: Viernes - 5 Marzo 2021 14:56:04^ top

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