antwerp - The Flemish Minister for the North Sea Bart Tommelein is not going the full bill for salvaging the Dutch freighter Flinterstar pay just . The company waives the ship, but Tommelein does not intend " to accept uncritically ," he said Sunday in the TV program The Seventh Day .
Flinter shipping company in writing the details of the ship reported to the Belgian authorities. That may according to international principles. But that runs Belgium for the costs, indicating Tommelein af.
Moreover the Belgian government will not wait to salvage the ship because it is the busiest sea route in the world. Tommelein but wants to determine who was responsible for the accident and whether costs can be recouped.