Aslıhan DOĞRU -TDO- Egypt's Suez Canal Administration announced the completion of the passage of all ships waiting in line after the move of the container ship "The Ever Given", which caused sea traffic to stop for 6 days.
"The crossings of all ships that had to wait at the entrance of the canal after the container ship ran aground have been completed as of today," Osama Rabi, head of the Canal Administration, said in a statement.
For six days, 422 ships carrying about 26 million cargo waited for passage at the entrance to the canal, according to the Suez Canal Administration.
The accident cost Egypt and the world economy billions of dollars every day that the Suez Canal was closed.
Insurance companies have not yet made clear the cost of the shipwreck.
Economic experts believe it could take months to recoup the damage suffered by both the Suez Canal Administration and other parties due to the accident.