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He added that the Yemeni coastguard and security forces hope to assess the ship's navigation equipment and logbook in order to determine its point of embarkation as the ship carries various fake flags on board.
The dry-cargo freighter Amurskaya, which was ferrying the ore for Russian gold mining company Polymetal International Plc, was on its way to Okhotsk from its point of embarkation, Kiran, when it sent a distress call before vanishing on Sunday near the Shartar Islands.
Today the harbour''s main function is as a point of embarkation for off-shore wind turbines
It demonstrates beyond doubt that Liverpool is a popular destination with cruise passengers and would be equally popular as a point of embarkation.
To retired Foreign Service officers and specialists, lecturing aboard a cruise ship might seem a heavenly deal: You give a few lectures, often on the region the cruise visits, and in return get a free voyage and, sometimes, a free flight to the point of embarkation.
WPS interacts with Integrated Booking System (IBIS), where cargo information is input at the point of embarkation and can be processed at any location where cargo is received.
According to India's health ministry, these pilgrims would be medically examined for the symptoms of influenza A (H1N1) at the point of embarkation, that is at the place where booking of pilgrims takes place in their respective states.
Maroni reasoned that, since the migrants were intercepted prior to reaching Italian shores, international law did not apply and it was not the "compito del governo italiano"--the duty of the Italian government--to evaluate requests for asylum; not addressed was why it was the compito del governo italiano to redeposit the travelers at their point of embarkation.