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4Q19 Sales revenue 7.13 2,205 Twitter $ $ 1,216 Twitter 9,273 Eastman Announces Fourth-Quarter and Full-Year 2020 Financial Results 1,079 279 (In millions, except per share amounts) 741 2,186 Pinterest 554 1,455 TAGS Previous articleInsights on the Photonic Sensor Market 2021-2025: COVID-19 Industry Analysis, Market Trends, Market Growth, Opportunities and Forecast – TechnavioNext articlePalantir Technologies y Rio Tinto Firman un Acuerdo de Asociación Empresarial Plurianual Digital AIM Web Support 1.69 Earnings before interest and taxes (“EBIT”) 301 Local NewsBusiness 0.23 WhatsApp Adjusted EBIT* 4Q20 Pinterest 1.42 1,389 KINGSPORT, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jan 28, 2021– Eastman Chemical Company (NYSE:EMN) announced its fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 financial results. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210128006138/en/ Net cash provided by operating activities 0.19 1,072 5.48 Adjusted earnings per diluted share* Earnings per diluted share 1,504 6.15 FY19 *For non-core and unusual items excluded from adjusted earnings and for adjusted provision for income taxes, calculation of free cash flow, segment adjusted EBIT margins, and net debt, and reconciliations to reported company and segment earnings and to cash provided by operating activities and total borrowings for all periods presented in this release, see Tables 3A, 3B, 4, 5A, 5B, and 6. “Despite unprecedented challenges related to COVID-19, our financial performance in the fourth quarter and for the full year demonstrates the resilience of our people and our portfolio,” said Mark Costa, Board Chair and CEO. “We delivered record fourth-quarter adjusted EPS and resilient full-year EPS, reflecting the value of serving a diverse set of end markets, the benefit of our innovation-driven growth model, and our continued aggressive management of costs. We did an outstanding job of protecting our employees and maintaining the operational integrity of our facilities around the world during the global pandemic. In addition, given the uncertainties through the year, we took aggressive actions to prioritize cash flow and liquidity that resulted in greater than $1 billion of free cash flow for the fourth consecutive year. I’m incredibly proud and appreciative of all that our employees did to deliver these excellent results.” Segment Results 4Q 2020 versus 4Q 2019 Additives & Functional Products – Sales revenue increased 1 percent driven by 2 percent volume / mix growth. Lower pricing of 3 percent was mostly offset by a favorable currency impact of 2 percent. Double-digit growth in coatings additives was due to improving demand in the transportation end market and continued solid demand in building and construction. Care chemicals also had double-digit growth due to continued strength in the personal care end market. These gains were partially offset by continued weakness in the aviation end market, which has minimally recovered from the impact of COVID-19. The decline in price was mostly due to lower raw material prices and competitive pressure in product lines constituting about one-third of AFP segment revenues (including adhesives and tire additives) that are under strategic review. Adjusted EBIT increased due to cost reduction actions, partially offset by higher inventory costs resulting from lower capacity utilization earlier in the year and modest spread compression for products in the one-third of the AFP segment. The adjusted EBIT margin increased by 100 basis points. Advanced Materials – Sales revenue increased 6 percent driven by 6 percent volume / mix growth. Lower pricing of 2 percent was offset by a favorable currency impact of 2 percent. All businesses delivered revenue growth in the fourth quarter, led by performance films, which delivered mid-teens growth, continuing what has been a resilient year due to our innovation and market development efforts. Specialty plastics had a record fourth quarter for both revenue and earnings driven by continued strength across its end markets, including consumer durables and packaging. The decline in price was due to lower raw material prices, particularly for paraxylene. Reported and adjusted EBIT increased to record fourth-quarter levels due to volume / mix growth and cost reduction actions. The adjusted EBIT margin increased by 290 basis points. Chemical Intermediates – Sales revenue declined 8 percent driven by a 6 percent volume / mix decline. Lower selling prices of 3 percent were partially offset by a 1 percent favorable currency impact. Demand across many products lines strengthened during the fourth quarter. The 6 percent volume decline was mostly due to site maintenance shutdowns and the discontinuation of certain product lines at our Singapore facility. The discontinuation of these products is expected to negatively impact CI sales volume / mix approximately 5 percent in 2021 but have a favorable impact on EBIT. Lower pricing was due to lower raw material and energy prices. Reported and adjusted EBIT increased due to lower maintenance shutdown costs and cost reduction actions, partially offset by modest spread compression. Fibers – Sales revenue declined 8 percent due to a 6 percent decline in volume / mix and a 2 percent decline in price. Product mix was negatively impacted by the discontinuation of a tobacco specialty product and volume declined due to continued weakness in the textiles end market as a result of COVID-19. Acetate tow volume was stable. Price declined due to previously negotiated multi-year contracts for acetate tow. EBIT decreased due to less favorable product mix and lower prices. Corporate Results 2020 versus 2019 Sales revenue decreased 9 percent, mostly attributed to the negative impact of COVID-19 on global economic growth and on demand for certain products. Volume / mix was lower by 5 percent, which was resilient given the challenging market conditions. The slowdown in the global economy impacted all segments, particularly product lines used in transportation, building and construction, consumer durables, and textiles end markets. Pricing declined 4 percent with the largest impact in Chemical Intermediates. The drop in prices in 2020 was primarily driven by lower raw material and energy prices. Currency exchange impact was neutral for all segments. In response to the global pandemic, Eastman took several actions to improve results, further bolster our strong financial position, and ensure the integrity of our operations. Cost savings, both temporary and structural, totaled approximately $150 million for the year. These savings were more than offset by approximately $200 million of higher costs resulting from lower capacity utilization in response to weakened demand for certain products as a result of COVID-19 including approximately $100 million of costs related to inventory reduction as part of the prioritization of cash generation in 2020. Adjusted EBIT decreased due to lower capacity utilization and lower volume / mix, partially offset by cost reduction actions. Spreads were flat. Segment Results 2020 versus 2019 Additives & Functional Products – Sales revenue declined 8 percent due to 4 percent lower pricing and 4 percent lower volume / mix. The decline in price was mostly due to lower raw material prices and competitive pressure in the one-third of the AFP segment. Product lines serving end markets most impacted by COVID-19 had the largest decline in revenue, particularly aviation fluids and tire additives. Care chemicals had 5 percent volume / mix growth due to strengthened demand in more resilient end markets, particularly personal care. Adjusted EBIT decreased due to lower volume / mix and lower capacity utilization, partially offset by cost reduction actions. Advanced Materials – Sales revenue declined 6 percent due to a 4 percent decline in volume / mix and a 2 percent decline in price. An advanced interlayers volume decline more than offset specialty plastics volume growth. COVID-19 had a significant impact on advanced interlayers results, mostly due to lower auto builds. Specialty plastics had a record year for both revenue and earnings as end-market diversification proved valuable as demand remained solid for durables and packaging applications due to the pandemic. Performance films leveraged recent innovation and market development investments and significantly outpaced global auto sales in 2020. The decline in price was due to lower raw material prices, particularly for paraxylene. The strong recovery in the second half of the year helped to mitigate the impact of higher costs resulting from aggressive inventory management in the second quarter. Reported and adjusted EBIT decreased due to lower capacity utilization and lower volume / mix, partially offset by cost reduction actions and lower raw material costs. Chemical Intermediates – Sales revenue declined 14 percent due to 7 percent declines for both volume / mix and price. The segment revenue declines were mostly due to reduced demand and lower raw material prices due to COVID-19 for olefins, acetyls, and plasticizers products. Revenue for the functional amines product line, sold mostly into agriculture end markets, was stable. Reported and adjusted EBIT decreased due to lower capacity utilization, lower volume, and lower spreads, and partially offset by cost reduction actions and technology licensing earnings. Fibers – Sales revenue declined 4 percent due to 2 percent declines for both volume / mix and price. The volume decline was primarily due to the negative impact on demand from COVID-19 on the global textiles market. Volume was also negatively impacted by the discontinuation of a tobacco specialty product. Price declined due to previously negotiated multi-year contracts for acetate tow. EBIT decreased due to lower capacity utilization and less favorable product mix, partially offset by cost reduction actions. Cash Flow In 2020, cash from operating activities was $1.5 billion and free cash flow (cash from operating activities less net capital expenditures) was $1.1 billion and flat to 2019, despite headwinds from lower cash earnings. See Tables 5A and 5B. In 2020, the company returned $418 million to stockholders through dividends and share repurchases and reduced net debt (total borrowings less cash and cash equivalents) by $656 million excluding the impact of foreign currency exchange rates. See Table 6. Priorities for uses of available cash for 2021 include payment of the quarterly dividend, the reduction of net debt, bolt-on acquisitions, and share repurchases. 2021 Outlook Commenting on the outlook for full-year 2021, Costa said: “We enter 2021 having delivered record fourth-quarter 2020 adjusted earnings per share (EPS) and strong free cash flow, as the global economy continues to recover. However, we still face uncertainty due to COVID-19 as we move forward into 2021. In this uncertainty, I am incredibly proud of how our team is focused on what we can control, starting with growing new business revenue by leveraging our innovation-driven growth model, which is enabling us to perform better than our recovering end markets, particularly for many of our specialty products. We also continue to aggressively manage costs and remain focused on disciplined capital allocation. Building on our strong recovery in the fourth quarter, we expect 2021 adjusted EPS to be 20 to 30% higher than 2020 adjusted EPS. And with our continued emphasis on cash generation, we expect our free cash flow to be greater than $1 billion for the fifth consecutive year.” The full-year 2021 projected earnings exclude any non-core, unusual or nonrecurring items. Our financial results forecasts do not include non-core items (such as mark-to-market pension and other postretirement benefit gain or loss and asset impairments and restructuring charges) or any unusual or non-recurring items, and we accordingly are unable to reconcile projected earnings excluding non-core and any unusual or non-recurring items to reported GAAP earnings without unreasonable efforts. Forward-Looking Statements This news release includes forward-looking statements concerning current expectations and assumptions for future global economic conditions and the impact of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic on demand in key end markets; competitive position and acceptance of specialty products in key markets; mix of products sold; capacity utilization, manufacturing costs, and cost reductions; and revenue, earnings, cash flow, cash and cash equivalents, and debt repayment for first quarter and full-year 2021. Such expectations and assumptions are based upon certain preliminary information, internal estimates, and management assumptions, expectations, and plans, and are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties inherent in projecting future conditions, events, and results. Actual results could differ materially from expectations and assumptions expressed in the forward-looking statements if one or more of the underlying assumptions or expectations prove to be inaccurate or are unrealized. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from such expectations are and will be detailed in the company’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Form 10-Q filed for third quarter 2020 available, and the Form 10-K to be filed for full year 2020 and to be available on the Eastman web site at www.eastman.com in the Investors, SEC filings section. Conference Call and Webcast Information Eastman will host a conference call with industry analysts on January 29, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. ET. To listen to the live webcast of the conference call and view the accompanying slides and prepared remarks, go to investors.eastman.com, Events & Presentations. The slides and prepared remarks to be discussed during the call and webcast will be available at investors.eastman.com at approximately 5:00 p.m. ET on January 28, 2021. To listen via telephone, the dial-in number is 323-794-2588, passcode number 4526034. A web replay, a replay in downloadable MP3 format, and the accompanying slides and prepared remarks will be available at investors.eastman.com, Events & Presentations. A telephone replay will be available continuously from 11:00 a.m. ET, January 29, 2021 to 11:00 a.m. ET, February 8, 2021 at 888-203-1112 or 719-457-0820, passcode 4526034. Founded in 1920, Eastman is a global specialty materials company that produces a broad range of products found in items people use every day. With the purpose of enhancing the quality of life in a material way, Eastman works with customers to deliver innovative products and solutions while maintaining a commitment to safety and sustainability. The company’s innovation-driven growth model takes advantage of world-class technology platforms, deep customer engagement, and differentiated application development to grow its leading positions in attractive end markets such as transportation, building and construction, and consumables. As a globally inclusive and diverse company, Eastman employs approximately 14,500 people around the world and serves customers in more than 100 countries. The company had 2020 revenues of approximately $8.5 billion and is headquartered in Kingsport, Tennessee, USA. For more information, visit www.eastman.com. 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Facebook Facebook TAGS Pinterest WhatsApp By Digital AIM Web Support – April 6, 2021 Local NewsBusiness RIADE, Arábia Saudita–(BUSINESS WIRE)–fev 24, 2021– O Príncipe Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Príncipe Herdeiro, vice-primeiro-ministro e presidente do Fundo de Investimento Público (Public Investment Fund, PIF), anunciou o lançamento da Soudah Development Company (SDC) na região de Asir, na Arábia Saudita. A nova entidade, propriedade integral do Fundo de Investimento Público (PIF), irá liderar o desenvolvimento de um destino montanhoso de luxo com experiências culturais imersivas e celebração dos recursos naturais que capacitam as economias local e nacional. Este comunicado de imprensa inclui multimédia. Veja o comunicado completo aqui: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224006197/pt/ HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman announces Soudah Development Company (SDC) (Photo: AETOSWire) Criada para ser o principal impulsionador das ambições do Vision 2030 do Reino, a SDC injetará US$ 3 bilhões em projetos de infraestrutura e turismo, com o objetivo de melhorar a experiência dos visitantes em Soudah e em partes de Rijal Alma’a, na região de Asir, na Arábia Saudita. Os desenvolvimentos planejados incluem 2.700 quartos de hotel, 1.300 unidades residenciais e 30 atrações comerciais e de entretenimento exclusivas. A SDC visa desenvolver e transformar a área do projeto em um destino sustentável que pode ser visitado várias vezes o ano inteiro por residentes locais e visitantes, e que contribuirá com uma estimativa de US$ 8 bilhões para o PIB cumulativo do Reino até 2030. A SDC pretende fazer parceria com a comunidade local e investidores para construir uma rede robusta e diversificada de ofertas nos setores de hospitalidade, residencial, comercial e de entretenimento. A empresa pretende atrair mais de 2 milhões de visitantes anualmente e criar 8.000 empregos permanentes diretos e indiretos até 2030. Yasir Othman Al-Rumayyan, administrador do Fundo de Investimento Público, disse: “Nosso investimento na região de Asir reflete nossa confiança na essência do local, que é uma mistura rica de identidade, herança e experiências. Por meio de um desenvolvimento cuidadoso e meticuloso, a SDC fornecerá mais um destino notável no portfólio diversificado e crescente de experiências da Arábia Saudita, capturando a imaginação de uma ampla gama de investidores e viajantes.” O Fundo de Investimento Público (PIF) injetará pelo menos US$ 40 bilhões por ano na economia local e visa aumentar os ativos sob gestão para mais de US$ 2 trilhões até 2030. O destino adiciona outra dimensão às ambiciosas metas de turismo da Arábia Saudita e complementa os destinos que estão sendo criados na costa do Mar Vermelho e em torno da capital, Riade. A SDC visa criar um roteiro para transformar as vastas áreas públicas da região e destacar a cultura distinta do local, bem como sua geografia e natureza verdejante. Preservar a integridade ambiental do destino será uma prioridade e o desenvolvimento seguirá uma rigorosa estrutura regulatória e código de planejamento urbano. Para obter mais informações, acesse o site do PIF e da SDC. Para demandas relacionadas à imprensa, entre em contato com nossa equipe de comunicação em [email protected] *Fonte: AETOSWire O texto no idioma original deste anúncio é a versão oficial autorizada. As traduções são fornecidas apenas como uma facilidade e devem se referir ao texto no idioma original, que é a única versão do texto que tem efeito legal. Ver a versão original em businesswire.com:https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224006197/pt/ CONTACT: Ahmad S. Nabelsi [email protected] KEYWORD: MIDDLE EAST SAUDI ARABIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ARCHITECTURE COMMERCIAL BUILDING & REAL ESTATE CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY DESTINATIONS TRAVEL URBAN PLANNING LANDSCAPE RESIDENTIAL BUILDING & REAL ESTATE SOURCE: Soudah Development Company Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/24/2021 07:11 PM/DISC: 02/24/2021 07:10 PM http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210224006197/pt WhatsApp Príncipe Mohammed bin Salman anuncia a Soudah Development Company (SDC) Twitter Pinterest Twitter Previous articleAir Force ends 10-game losing streak, beats New Mexico 62-55Next articleThunderbird Entertainment Group Reports on Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2021 Results Digital AIM Web Support
“Shall Not Use Social Media For Offensive And Defamatory Statements Against Judiciary And Govt”: Kerala High Court Issues Draft Code of Conduct For Officers/Staffs
News Updates”Shall Not Use Social Media For Offensive And Defamatory Statements Against Judiciary And Govt”: Kerala High Court Issues Draft Code of Conduct For Officers/Staffs LIVELAW NEWS NETWORK1 April 2021 9:43 PMShare This – xThe Kerala High Court has introduced a Draft Code of Conduct for officers and members of Staff to regulate their involvement and intervention in Social Media and other public platforms. The Draft was approved by the High Court’s Administrative Committee in a meeting held on 22nd March, 2021. It states: The High Court will have a Monitoring Cell to ensure proper use of computer…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginThe Kerala High Court has introduced a Draft Code of Conduct for officers and members of Staff to regulate their involvement and intervention in Social Media and other public platforms. The Draft was approved by the High Court’s Administrative Committee in a meeting held on 22nd March, 2021. It states: The High Court will have a Monitoring Cell to ensure proper use of computer and internet system provided in the courts.The Monitoring Cell will report instances of misuse of social media by staff members of the High Court and District Judiciary to the Registrar General.Staff members of the High Court and District Judiciary shall declare their e-mail address and social media accounts and they shall ensure proper use of the same. They shall not make or use any fake ID/ bogus social media account.They shall not indulge in use of internet, other than for official purposes, during office hours. They shall not indulge in any use of social media which causes depletion of work time in the office.They shall not access prohibited sites during working hours. They shall not use social media for any activities which affects the integrity, propriety and discipline of his/ her official position.They shall not indulge in exchange of communication of personal matters in official sites.They shall not use social media for making offensive, irresponsible or defamatory statements criticising policies and actions of the Government and its Institutions, Ministers, Officials, Heads of Departments, Judges, Political Leaders and Social Activists etc.They shall not indulge in criticising case laws and judgments of the courts, Judges or judicial system to scandalise them in social media.They shall be very careful in expressing or propagating any opinion on the Social Media which may offend any cultural, ethnic, social or religious group. They shall take care that no derogatory or insulting remarks, pertaining to any person, group of persons either official, socio-cultural or political shall be made on Social Media platform.They shall not publish any proceedings, official actions, records or data from the office files in social media or publish blogs on any matters in social media without prior permission of the High Court. Click Here To Download Office Memo Read Office MemoSubscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Story
TheaDesign/iStock(ATLANTA) — At least four people were wounded Tuesday night when a shooting broke out at a back-to-school block party on a college campus in Atlanta, police said. An unidentified shooter opened fire into a crowd of about 200 people at the block party in front of the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Clark Atlanta University, a historically black private university located in Georgia’s capital. An initial investigation seems to indicate that the gunshots erupted around 10:30 p.m. local time after an argument between two groups at the party, according to a statement from the Atlanta Police Department.Campus police rendered aid to three women at the scene who had been shot. They were then transported to a local hospital for treatment, police said. A fourth woman who had been shot later showed up at the hospital to receive treatment. All four victims were listed in stable condition, according to police.Two of the women, ages 18 and 19, are said to be students at Clark Atlanta University while the other two, ages 17 and 18, are reportedly enrolled at Spelman College, a black liberal arts college for women in Atlanta. Both schools are part of the Atlanta University Center, the world’s largest and oldest academic consortium of black colleges and universities. Investigators do not believe the women were the intended targets of the shooting, police said. No arrests have been made as of Wednesday morning. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Nassau County Police DepartmentBy AARON KATERSKY and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A New York man allegedly threatened to start a shooting while making a social distancing complaint about a Jewish day camp, officials said.Nicola Pelle, 58, of Inwood, Long Island, was charged with making terroristic threats after allegedly saying he was going to shoot people at the Yeshiva Ketana of Long Island’s children’s camp, the Nassau County Police Department said Tuesday.According to police, Pelle reported a COVID-19 social distancing violation at the yeshiva’s camp on Monday. He allegedly complained that “approximately 500 students were wearing no masks,” police said. While officers were en route to the camp, Pelle called again, officials said, this time allegedly threatening to “get a gun and shoot” if the police didn’t get there.“If I gotta go out there with a friggin’ machine gun and shoot all these people, I will,” Pelle allegedly said on the call, Nassau County Police Department Commissioner Patrick Ryder said at a press briefing Tuesday.Pelle made both complaints to the county health department, ABC New York station WABC reported.During the police investigation, Pelle identified himself as the caller, officials said. Nassau County police arrested Pelle, who lives next door to the yeshiva, on Monday.Following the arrest, police seized 14 weapons as evidence, including five handguns, rifles, shotguns and two assault weapons, officials said.“Our officers did an outstanding job by questioning the subject, getting him to admit that he did make that complaint and did make the threat to shoot the school up, and then going in and recovering the weapons,” Ryder said.All the weapons were legal, save for a Bushmaster .223 rifle, which is illegal under the New York State Safety Act because it has a pistol grip and a detachable clip, Ryder said.Pelle has a valid Nassau County Pistol Permit, police said.Pelle was arraigned on Tuesday and charged with making a terroristic threat and four counts of criminal possession of a weapon and criminal possession of a firearm — all felonies. He is scheduled to appear in court on Thursday. Court records did not list an attorney for Pelle.Ryder said at the briefing Tuesday that the department takes threats to camps and schools seriously.“Last year alone, there were 570 incidents here in Nassau County,” he said, adding that 76 students were arrested.The yeshiva’s principal, Rabbi Tzvi Krigsman Menahel, told WABC he was “very thankful” for the police response.“They’ve been extremely informative, transparent, and we are very thankful to them, and we feel secure and we’re confident in the safety of our children and staff,” he told the station.Officers responding to the incident on Monday found about 30 children with their parents at the camp, police said.Confrontations over masks and social distancing have erupted during the coronavirus pandemic.Following news of the arrest on Tuesday, neighbors defended Pelle as a decent man.“He didn’t mean it,” one told WABC.After posting bail, Pelle was taken from his home by ambulance, WABC reported. His condition was not known at the time.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
View post tag: News by topic June 26, 2014 The training ship ‘Juan Sebastián de Elcano’, currently in her 85th training cruise, concluded a 7-day call at Hamburg (Germany) and is now sailing towards her last port of call –Oslo– before returning to Spain. View post tag: Hamburg View post tag: Port of Call View post tag: Juan Sebastián de Elcano View post tag: Navy Authorities View post tag: europe View post tag: Naval Back to overview,Home naval-today Juan Sebastián de Elcano Ends Port of Call in Hamburg View post tag: Ends Juan Sebastián de Elcano Ends Port of Call in Hamburg After seven day’s runs through the English Channel and the North Sea and sailing up the River Elbe, the ship berthed in Hamburg on June 18th. The last time the ‘Juan Sebastián de Elcano’ visited Oslo was four years ago.On the following day, the ship welcomed the Spanish Ambassador in Germany and other military and civilian authorities. They all took the opportunity to toast to the new King Phillip VI on the occasion of his proclamation.More than 3,000 people visited the ship berthed at the Überseebrücke pier.Before departing, the ship hosted a reception for a large group of German tour operators to promote the St. James’ Way (Camino de Santiago) in the presence of the President of the Galician Regional Government, Albert Núñez Feijóo.The training ship is now sailing towards Oslo, her next and final port before returning to Spain.[mappress]Press Release, June 26, 2014; Image: Spanish Navy Share this article