Shipping faces ‘sustained tempo’ of threat in Middle East
Analyst predicts a ‘sustained tempo’ of security incidents while new US and Iranian governments size each other up. But the attacks are meant to send a message, not to kill crews or sink ships
Shipping should expect more attacks in the Red Sea and Middle East Gulf linked to the proxy conflicts between Iran and Saudi Arabia after the suspected mine blast on the Israeli ro-ro Helios Ray, Risk Intelligence warns
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