Hudson's fleet management deputy general director Oleg Anikin said that the ship was damaged on arrival in Singapore.

"Since the ship is under sanctions, 80% of companies refuse to repair it, and those who agree put an unbearable price tag," Anikin quoted RIA Novosti as saying.

Thus, a debt formed for the parking lot, and the ship was arrested.

It is specified that there are 12 crew members on board.

On August 19, the Kherson Court of Appeal decided to arrest the Mriya tanker allegedly delivering fuel to Crimea (IMO 9109811).