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    The alleged owner of the ship was the Cyprus-based Russian businessman Igor Grechushkin, according to sailors who worked on the Rhosus who were quoted by Russian media. The complaint stated that the owner of the vessel could not sell it and pay off the sailors because of the dangerous cargo on board. Only the Russian captain, two engineers and the bosun remained on board and could only be … Boris Prokoshev was captain of the Rhosus ship when it arrived in Beirut in 2013, and he had identified Igor Grechushkin, a Russian businessman in Cyprus, as the owner. Boris Prokoshev was captain of the Rhosus ship when it arrived in Beirut in 2013, and he had identified Igor Grechushkin, a Russian businessman in Cyprus, as the owner. From May 2012, it had had a new owner, Igor Grechushkin, a Cyprus-based Russian businessman. Grechushkin was the owner of the MV Rhosus, the ship that carried 2,750 tons of explosive ammonium nitrate, before abandoning it in Beirut in 2014. A Russian news outlet in Cyprus claims that the Rhosus was a piece of 'scrap' which would never have made it to Mozambique and that the businessman behind the voyage had no history as a ship owner. The Rhosus, a Moldovan-flagged cargo ship sailing from Georgia and bound for Mozambique, is widely understood to have brought the fertiliser to Beirut in 2013. Rhosus: a ship in crisis The Rhosus, which flies the flag of Moldova, arrived in Beirut in November 2013, two months after it left the Black Sea port of Batumi, Georgia. Boris Prokoshev was captain of the Rhosus ship when it arrived in Beirut in 2013, and he had identified Igor Grechushkin, a Russian businessman in Cyprus, as the owner. Boris Prokoshev was captain of the Rhosus ship when it arrived in Beirut in 2013, and he had identified Igor Grechushkin, a Russian businessman in Cyprus, as the owner. MV Rhosus is seen in Volos, Greece, on April 19, 2013. Manoli owned the ship through a company registered in the notoriously secretive jurisdiction of Panama, which received its mail in Bulgaria. Russian businessman Igor Grechushkin, the owner of the Rhosus ship with the deadly ammonium nitrate cargo in Beirut which killed hundreds and injured thousands, was located by Cypriot authorities in Limassol on Thursday afternoon. The Rhosus, a Moldovan-flagged cargo ship sailing from Georgia and bound for Mozambique, is widely understood to have brought the fertiliser to Beirut in 2013. The Rhosus is owned by Igor Grechushkin, a Russian national and resident of Cyprus, Mediazona cited the ship’s crew members as saying. More than 2,000 tons of ammonium nitrate arrived in 2013 on the Moldovan-flagged MV Rhosus. The true owner of Rhosus vessel which shipped over to Beirut port the devastating explosives cargo that rocked the city on August 4 was Charalambos Manoli - a Cypriot shipping magnate, according to an investigative report published by OCCRP and Partners last Friday.The article by the Organised Crime Creditors accused the ship’s legal owner, listed as a Panama-based firm, of abandoning the vessel and the cargo was later unloaded and put in a dockside warehouse, according to official accounts. Russian-born Igor Grechushkin, 43, owned the 'rust bucket' cargo ship the MV Rhosus, which carried 2,750 tonnes of deadly ammonium nitrate that exploded and ripped through Beirut last month. The ship was never supposed to stop in Beirut, but its owner wanted to pick up extra cargo, claims Prokoshev. The ‘Rhosus‘ had entered the port on Sep 23, 2013, enroute from Batumi to Beira due to technical trouble. Yet the ship’s owner ordered Prokoshev and his crew to attempt to load the machinery onto the deck of the corroding vessel, at which point he says the hatches covering the ammonium-nitrate cargo below began to buckle under the weight. Beirut authorities don’t permit the remaining crew to leave the vessel and fly to home. The Russian father of one, currently reported to be living in Limassol, Cyprus, was located at the request of Interpol. The Russian father of one, currently reported to be living in Limassol, Cyprus, was accused by the crew of his ship in … Lebanon’s public prosecution asked Interpol to issue warrants to detain the owner and captain, state news agency NNA said on Thursday, without naming them. In this case, all debts would have been paid, and Rhosus would have been sold for scrap, but the owner refused. Lebanon requests arrests of Russian owner and captain of Beirut blast ship The Rhosus, a cargo ship sailing from Georgia and bound for Mozambique, is widely understood to …

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