The Attached Vessel Rosita saved by Iranian Navy

By Piracy

The Iranian naval authorities released the vessel Rosita of Philippine which was atacked by Somali pirates in the Gulf of Oman.
The vessel with 23 sailors onboard has been attacked by pirates during its heading from India toward Qatar, but the Iranian marine forces have managed to free the vessel.
The Navy Commander form Iran - Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari told that Navy would going to send its 20th flotilla of war vessels to the international waters.
"Iran's Navy is not going to stop dispatching fleet of ships in waters to secure naval routes and provide security for Iranian merchant ships and oil tankers".
Sayyari also reported that the Iran's marine fleet is also going to protect ships belonging to other countries.
In the last development, an attempt by pirates to hijack a Panamanian vessel was beaten off due to the timely action of the Iranian fleet of warships present in that area.