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An Iranian supertanker hauling 130 million dollars (£107 million) worth of crude oil that the US suspects is tied to a sanctioned organisation has left Gibraltar and is heading east into the Mediterranean Sea.
An Iranian supertanker hauling 130 million dollars (£107m) worth of crude oil that the US suspects is tied to a sanctioned organisation has begun moving away from Gibraltar, marine traffic monitoring data showed late Sunday.
Authorities in Gibraltar have rejected the latest US request not to release a seized Iranian supertanker, clearing the way for the vessel to set sail after it was detained last month for allegedly attempting to breach European Union sanctions on Syria.
The US Justice Department has issued a warrant demanding the seizure of an Iranian tanker previously detained in Gibraltar.
The captain of an Iranian supertanker which was seized off Gibraltar no longer wants to be in command of the ship, his lawyer said.
Officials in Gibraltar have allowed a detained Iranian supertanker to leave despite a last-minute US attempt to seize the vessel.
The United States has acted to seize an Iranian supertanker detained in Gibraltar for breaching international sanctions on oil shipments, seemingly thwarting efforts by authorities in London and the British overseas territory to defuse tensions with Tehran.
The head of Gibraltar’s government has met privately with Iranian officials in a bid to defuse tensions surrounding the seizure of an Iranian supertanker near the British overseas territory.
Britain will face “repercussions” over the seizure of an Iranian supertanker, Iran’s president has said.
Iran has said that the oil tanker Britain intercepted in Gibraltar on Thursday was not headed for Syria.