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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Trains running again on Cascais line
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وكالة الأنباء القبرصية - بلجييكا / بروكسل - اثاناسيوس اثاناسيو
أيد المجلس الأوروبي استنتاجات مجلس الشؤون الخارجية بشأن عمليات التنقيب غير القانونية التي تقوم بها تركيا وأكد تضامنه مع قبرص، وذلك...
Lusa - Business News - Portugal: PSI20 opens 0.08% down at 5,009.83 points
Lisbon, Oct. 18, 2019 (Lusa) – The Lisbon stock exchange opened in negative territory on Friday with the main benchmark...
Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Top headlines on Friday
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Lusa - Business News - Portugal: Azores hurricane damaged Lajes das Flores Port partially reopen




Ponta Delgada, Azores, Oct.9 2019 (Lusa)–The port of Lajes das Flores, in the Azores, destroyed by hurricane "Lorenzo", has conditionally reopened to navigation, allowing daytime operations for local ships, announced on Wednesday the captain of the port of Santa Cruz.
Speaking to Lusa, Rafael da Silva explained that the port is reopened to navigation "to ships up to 60 metres long and four metres draught," that is, "local traffic ships operating in the region.
In a statement published on its website, the maritime authority added that "the work of cleaning up and rehabilitating the port will continue in the coming days, this being a first step towards unconditional reopening to all navigation".
The Maritime Police maintains the policing at the port, ensuring the safety of access and the work that is taking place.
The Captaincy of the Port of Santa Cruz das Flores "maintains monitoring of the environmental situation, with the aim of avoiding sources of pollution in the water from the wharf".
APE/AYLS // AYLS
Lusa


Agency : LUSA

Date : 2019-10-10 17:29:00







 

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