A shipping disaster such as the one involving the container ship MSC Zoe, which lost 342 containers near the Wadden Islands in January 2019, could happen again at any time. Several experts warned of this during a debriefing session in the Dutch House of...
The Netherlands may incidentally refuse ships access to the southern shipping route above the Wadden Islands. This measure can be taken in the event of acute danger by using its “right to intervene”. That is what the Utrecht professor of International Law,...
The Dutch Human Environment and Transport Inspectorate will investigate why seven containers fell overboard last week from container vessel OOCL Rauma as it was sailing past the Dutch Wadden Islands. This was announced by the inspectorate. On Tuesday 11 February,...
To prevent another disaster in the Wadden Sea, the Dutch Cabinet must talk to Germany as soon as possible about an emergency ordinance with which the shipping route above the Wadden Sea can be closed off. This was said by Dutch political parties ChristenUnie and...
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