The giant ship was escorted by two tugboats Mosaed 1 and Mosaed 2 during its journey in the canal.
The giant container vessel that ran aground in Egypt’s Suez Canal and blocked trade for six days before it could be re-floated reached Port Said as it is returning from Europe to south eastern Europe.
It had reached the Port of Rotterdam on July 29.
The Ismailia Economic Court nonsuited on Sunday the lawsuit that was filed by the Suez Canal Authority to judicially uphold a seizure decision imposed on the ship until paying compensation, an official at the Suez Canal Authority told Egypt Today.
After being stranded since May in the Suez Canal, the Panama-flagged vessel Ever Given is leaving the international trade route, heading toward Rotterdam, Netherlands.
A Legal consultant, who asked not to be IDed, told Egypt Today on Monday that the case will be left to be dismissed by the court after a period of 60 days.
In media remarks on June 24, 2021, the Suez Canal Authority Chief Admiral Osama Rabie said that The Suez Canal Authority has reached a preliminary satisfying solution to the Ever Given ship.
Rabie said the solution would satisfy both parties and includes resolving the issue without going to the court in order to preserve the interests of all parties.
The authority's officials said that the ship has 348 containers for 11 types of chemical materials, besides oxidizing agents, denying the presence of any nuclear or radioactive substances.
The Ismailia Economic Court of First Instance on Saturday adjourned the hearing to June 20, 2021 to allow further settlement discussions to take place between the parties.
The Economic Court in Ismailia ruled Saturday to continue the seizure of the Ever Given vessel in the Suez Canal.
Sisi urged focusing on investments that also create job opportunities, the Presidency said.
Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM), the ship-manager of the containership EVER GIVEN said that three of the crew members were granted permission by the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) to leave the ship.
The Egyptian Suez Canal Authority (SCA) denied, Monday circulated reports on arresting any of EVER GIVEN crew members
An economic court in Ismailia governorate issued on April 13, 2021, a decision to officially arrest the ship until paying $ 916 million in compensation.
Egyptian newspaper Al Watan reported on Saturday that the accident of EVER GIVEN ship in the Suez Canal was due to “a technical malfunction of the ship" beside a human error caused by the captain of the ship.
Egypt has asked for 916 million in compensation for damages caused by the grounding of the ship, the salvage operation, and for loss of reputation.
The 400-meter long Ever Given was successfully released after it has blocked hundreds of ships from crossing the narrow waterway. Around 12% of global trade passes through the Suez Canal.
Suez Canal’s marine garages along the old shipping lane are being maintained, while new garages will be established along the new lane, which was inaugurated in 2015.
“The excavator had a key role in the refloating process as the ship’s bow went aground in a rocky area,” said the driver