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2019-09-18 18:10:00

U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ

U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ

PLATTS - The US appears to be making another push to expand its maritime security initiative to protect oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz as regional tensions rise following the attacks on key Saudi oil facilities.

The US made another request to import-dependent Japan to join the coalition, and leaders are expected to discuss it at the UN General Assembly in New York next week.

"We're welcoming every country to join us in the International Maritime Security Construct effort, along with the UK, Australia, and Bahrain, and we are confident…

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U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ
2019, September, 17, 13:00:00
CONFORMITY LEVEL 136%
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2019, September, 16, 14:05:00
ATTACKS ON SAUDI OIL FACILITIES
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U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ
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Tags: USA, BRITAIN, IRAN, SANCTIONS, HORMUZ, AUSTRALIA, JAPAN,
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U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ
2019, October, 21, 13:15:00
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U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ
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U.S. COALITION CAN CLOSE HORMUZ
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