What Indonesia can learn from the Beirut blast


Back in 4 August 2020, the Beirut Port in Lebanon was stunned by the explosion of MV Rhosus, a confiscated vessel that has docked at the spot for years. The devastating incident can be taken as a lesson, for countries, and especially Indonesia, to be reminded about the importance of management of confiscated vessels.

Published by Asiatimes, our Associates I Ketut Dharma Putra Yoga and Boni Facius Justin Shipping from Practice Group Shipping, Aviation, International Trade, & Insurance Practice Group, elaborate on how Indonesia can reflect and learn from the said incident. As a maritime country, Indonesia needs to be able to overcome and manage the issue to prevent similar accidents in the future.

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