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An environmental emergency was declared as oil leaked from a Japanese shipping company's ship that was stranded on the 25th of last month in Mauritius, an island nation that is emerging as an African resort. The Wakashio, a ship of Japanese shipping company Shosenmitsui, was stranded off the coast of Mauritius on the 25th of last month. Since then, as oil began to leak from the 6th, the Mauritius government is mobilizing nearby residents and soldiers to remove the oil, but it seems to be insufficient.

Originally, the Mauritius Coast Guard requested that the Wakashio be changed because the Wakashio was operating too close to land, but the captain is said to have been stranded while sailing without changing the route. The social media video mug tells you of the oil spill that covered the coastal waters of Mauritius, which is famous as a resort.