BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:15 P.M.) – The Iranian oil tanker, ADRIAN DARYA (previously Grace 1), that was previously detained in Gibraltar has allegedly offloaded its cargo in Syria, the Middle East Eye reported.

According to the Middle East Eye, the ADRIAN DARYA offloaded at least 55 percent of its cargo, a similar claim made to Al-Masdar from a Lebanese journalist that asked to remain anonymous.

The journalist added that the cargo on the ADRIAN DARYA oil tanker is worth approximately $130 million (U.S.).

At the same time, a Syrian source in Damascus told Al-Masdar that the oil was delivered using several small ships. He said the ships later moved the oil to the Syrian port-city of Baniyas in the Tartous Governorate.

Earlier this week, the ADRIAN DARYA was tracked off the coast of Baniyas; however, its fate was unknown at that time, as there were reports that it was heading to both Turkey and Lebanon.

Another Iranian ship named the SAVIOR was also tracked off the coast of Syria before it turned off its GPS. The vessel’s destination was supposed to be Port Said in Egypt.

The Iranian vessel was last tracked off the coast of Syria before it turned off its GPS. Credit: Marine Traffic

These reports remain unconfirmed at this time, as neither Iran nor Syria has made any statement on the alleged oil delivery.

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FairsFair
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Iran, one sovereign nation, selling oil to Syria, another sovereign nation. Can’t see any problem here.

Marg bar jomhuri Eslami
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The problem is not linked to the trade, it’s only linked to Iranian foreign policy based on terrorism as a mean of pressure…

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Oh see, there he is, and he hates 🙂

What about Israel’s policy of mass starvation and indiscriminate destruction with illegal weapons against concentrated population centers, as evidenced so many times in a town called Gaza ? is their government due to answer this one, are we going to talk about this one, bacheh kouni ?

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Who are these North Atlantic countries to decide who can do what and when. Up the SAA

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Maybe some countries IRGC or Hezbollah did terrorist attacks against/in? Since the total is about 50-60 countries, it’s actually surprising Iran still hasn’t problems with them all… Iran surely managed to bribe numbers of politicians, just like former Argentina’s prez who now is sued for treason about covering Iran’s bütt for the 1994 attacks which killed more than 100 Argies. Another recent scandal : a few years ago, MI5 covered-up the seizure of more than 3 tons explosives belonging to a Hezbollah member near London. The guy wasn’t even arrested, just expelled from the UK… They even did attacks in… Read more »

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“…like former Argentina’s prez who now is sued for treason about covering Iran’s bütt for the 1994 attacks…

This is totaly BS. Simple Zionist lie.
Iran has nothing to do with this Israeli s**t.
Whole story is Israeli/Zionists lie, but since they controling banks, media and with it even the “democratic goverments” – the lie “must be” truth.
…and obviously – you are old Daesbagsaxs?

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Yes he is the DoucheBag in chief, it’s one of his three main accounts along with Nabka 2.0 and DaeshbagSux,his main account of dumbness. As he has no age or face, he is and will remain a timeless anonymous troll ghosting the web for eternity 😂🤣

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“maybe some countries IRGC or Hezbollah did terrorist attacks against/in? Since the total is about 50-60 countries, it’s actually surprising Iran still hasn’t problems with them all” You are “surprised” because living in your bubble of lie has blurred anything intelligent in your worn brain, hasbara slave. Maybe some of those countries still remember what Israel was about from the start of its “creation” ? like by bombing the King David Hotel and killing 91 Brits in ONE GO, and that was a prelude for mass murder of Palestinians that inhabited the British Mandate soon afterwards, the close to 1… Read more »

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The Leopard does not change it’s spot. No offense to leopards.

Gryz
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Haters gonna hate, and I know of one in particular 😀