Videos of Greek phosphate shipment to New Zealand
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Another Greek bulk vessel is participating in the plundering of stolen phosphates from occupied Western Sahara. Check out these videos made 14 January 2008 in New Zealand.
Published: 14.01 - 2008 15:06Printer version    
This, time it is a vessel called Navios Ionian, owned (or managed/operated?) by the Greek company Navios, coming directly from El Aaiun, Western Sahara.

The videos below were shot January 14th 2008, at the Port of Tauranga, New Zealand. More videos are in the process of being uploaded to this article.

The United Nations states it is in violation of international law to carry out mining activities in Western Sahara without the consent of the local population.


Check out videos of Navios Ionian from Tauranga:
Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel -seen from ocean

Video of vessel and trucks -seen from land

Video of vessel -seen from land

Video of vessel -seen from land

Video of trucks -seen from land

Video of vessel discharging cargo

Video of vessel discharging cargo

Video of vessel discharging cargo

Entrance of Port of Tauranga

Entrance of Port of Tauranga

Trucks with phosphates leaving Port of Tauranga

Trucks with phosphates leaving arriving Ballance factory

Sign of Ballance Agri-Nutrients

Sign of Ballance Agri-Nutrients


    


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