Brazil’s Government Seeks Clarification from 11 Countries on Oil Spill Source

The report did not specify which nations were notified, but said that the request asks governments to determine if they are aware of any accidents involving ships flying their flag.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A briefing on progress was provided by the Navy's naval operations coordinator, Squadron Admiral Leonardo Puntel, in an interview with journalists on Saturday, October 26th.

The investigation conducted by the Navy works on the theory that the culprit was probably a tanker. The initial investigation analyzed 1,500 vessels and narrowed the scope to 30 vessels from 11 countries.

The report has not detailed which nations would be included in this group, but said that the request asks for details from governments in order to determine if they are aware of any accident involving a . . .

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