Vessel Yasa Gulten to arrive New Zealand in Christmas week.
The vessel is managed by Yasa Holding from Turkey
This is the third time in two years that WSRW uncovers that the Turkish company Yasa Holding is shipping phosphates from Western Sahara.
'Yasa Gulten' is scheduled to arrive Northport on 26th of December 2008, departuring on the 27th, then arriving Tauranga on the 8th, continuing towards Bluff on the 31st, where she will
on 2nd of January 2009, leaving on the 5th.
New Zealand's massive imports of phospahte rock from Western Sahara is in violation of international law, and in support of the illegal Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara.
WSRW has previously urged the New Zealand government to support the UN efforts to solve the conflict, by terminating its trade with the phosphate rock.
The Turkish vessel Yasa Gulten is soon to arrive New Zealand with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara. It will be the second time in less than a year.
The Turkish shipping company Yasa Shipping is doing it again.
The export of phosphate rock from occupied Western Sahara has never been lower than in 2019. This is revealed in the new WSRW report P for Plunder, published today.
Morocco shipped 1.93 million tonnes of phosphate out of occupied Western Sahara in 2018, worth an estimated $164 million, new report shows. Here is all you need to know about the volume, values, vessels and clients.