zoom Navios Maritime Acquisition Corporation, took over the Nave Buena Suerte, a 2011-built VLCC of 297,491 dwt yesterday.The Nave Buena Suerte, one of the three VLCCs acquired in November 2013, was purchased for $57.0 million.The Nave Buena Suerte has been chartered out to a high quality counter party for minimum one year at a rate based on charterer’s VLCC pool earnings.Following the delivery of the Nave Buena Suerte, Navios Acquisition has 36 vessels in the water. My location 此页面无法正确加载 Google 地图。您是否拥有此网站？确定 Navios Maritime, March 11, 2014 Print Close
The Geneva-based UN Commission on Human Rights adopted the resolution, which was submitted by Pakistan on behalf of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, by a vote of 44 in favour, 2 against and 7 abstentions.Speaking before the Commission, Mrs. Robinson said she was ready, in principle, to head such a visiting mission. “I would do so and on the understanding that there is broad support in the Commission, as well as full cooperation on the part of Israel and the Palestinian Authority,” she stressed, adding that the implementation of a visiting mission would also depend on whether security conditions would permit it.On Tuesday, the High Commissioner had called on the Commission to consider immediately sending a mission to the occupied Palestinian territories in order to gather information and make recommendations on a future course of action.Mrs. Robinson said today that in constituting such a mission, she would consult with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and be guided by the previous practice of the Office of High Commissioner, including visits in 1999 to Kosovo and Sierra Leone.She also said it would be her intention to ask two prominent international personalities to join the group, which would depart “as soon as practicable” and return within a week to file its report to the Commission.The mission’s parameters, the High Commissioner noted, would be those that apply in fact-finding activities in the UN human rights programme: the independence of the members of the mission, freedom to visit places they wish and to speak with those they select, diplomatic immunity, guarantees of safety and security, and the faithful cooperation of the parties.