The Ever Given container ship has been anchored in a lake between two stretches of the canal since it was dislodged on March 29.
The statement from UK Club came after the head of the Suez Canal Authority (SCA) said the ship was sailing too fast when it became grounded, but that the canal bore no responsibility
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The Ever Given, one of the world's largest container ships, got jammed across the canal on March 23 and remained stuck for six days, stopping traffic in both directions.
The canal's importance was reaffirmed in March, when the massive cargo ship "Ever Given" got stuck there, causing a major commercial disaster.
Considering that the effect on the arrival of goods from Asia to Israel was not significant, one still needs to remember that nonetheless there was a delay of some two weeks.
International supply chains were thrown into disarray when the 400 meter (430 yard) Ever Given ran aground in the canal on March 23.
International supply chains were thrown into disarray when the 400-metre-long (430-yard) Ever Given ran aground in the vital trade artery on March 23.
This is not the first time in history that an impassable sea passage in the Egyptian region has caused a huge crisis.
A formal investigation into the cause of the accident has been launched.