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Indonesian Crew: An objective view

Re Indonesian Crew: An objective view.

" A representative of the Indonesian Embassy has interviewed with the remaining 8 Indonesian crew and has toured the Sky 75, to get an objective view on the matter. The vessel has further been inspected by the Department of Health, Maritime NZ and the Dept of Labour. The ITF persists in making sweeping, emotive and unsubstantiated statements that do not echo the findings of the government agencies or have any resemblance to the facts of what happened. Poseidon is happy to speak to the Fisherman's Guild (the recognised union) on any areas of concern and has no interest in engaging the ITF further on this issue."

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