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Hapag-Lloyd ceases Syria connections with Greece and Egypt

Hapag-Lloyd has announced it will stop providing services that connect the Port of Lattakia in Syria with the Port of Piraeus in Greece and the Port of Damietta in Egypt.

The German ocean carrier said that Lattakia port will be continuing being connected to its network by two feeder services calling Tangier, Morocco and Valencia, Spain.

"These changes are effective immediately and will reflect if a booking request is placed on any of these routings," noted Hapag-Lloyd in a statement.

Hapag-Lloyd will no longer offer connections between:

  • Piraeus, Greece  / Lattakia, Syria
  • Damietta, Egypt / Lattakia, Syria

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