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Some worldwide locations have supplied to support Tunisia prevent damage to the environment after a service provider ship carrying up to 1000 a full lot oil sank off the wing of Gabes, the Tunisian protection ministry acknowledged on Sunday.

The ship heading from Equatorial Guinea to Malta sank on Friday and the Tunisian navy rescued all seven crew participants.

The vessel carried between 750 heaps-1000 a full lot gas and sent a misery call 7 miles (11.2 kilometers) some distance from Gabes, to which the Tunisian navy answered, officers acknowledged.

The protection ministry acknowledged in an announcement sent to Reuters that to govern the environmental damage, the Tunisian navy will work with worldwide locations that have expressed their wish to support.

Local media acknowledged that Italy had supplied to support and that it’s miles anticipated to ship a naval vessel specialised in dealing with marine failures.

On Saturday, Tunisian authorities opened an investigation into the ship’s sinking, which the environment ministry acknowledged modified into caused by harmful climate.

It acknowledged barriers would be location up to restrict the unfold of the gas and cordon off the ship sooner than suctioning the spillage.

The wing of the southern city of Gabes has suffered necessary air pollution for years, with environmental organizations announcing industrial vegetation in the condo have been dumping smash straight into the ocean.

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