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Rabaul Queen disaster: 3 Peter Sharp ships seized in Buka

February 6, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

By Aloysius Laukai

The Autonomous Bougainville Government has dissassociated itself from activities of ex combatants and relatives of Mv Rabaul Queen passengers now holding 3 ships owned by Peter Sharp in Buka, reports New Dawn radio.

Chief ABG legal officer,CHRIS SIRIOSI told a meeting of relatives and ex combatants in Buka that the ABG was not involved in the holding of ships.

He said that the action was by relatives and ex combatants who are demanding to see PETER SHARP in Buka.

Chris Siriosi said that the ABG was interested in helping Bougainvilleans who were affected by the accident.

Meanwhile the Bougainville Disaster office is operating 24 hours to give information on the accident.

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