During a 48-hour period starting Monday evening, Russia coast guard vessels detained seven ships bound for Ukraine’s two ports in the Sea of Azov
Thursday, July 5, 2018

During a 48-hour period starting Monday evening, Russia coast guard vessels detained seven ships bound for Ukraine’s two ports in the Sea of Azov

During a 48-hour period starting Monday evening, Russia coast guard vessels detained seven ships bound for Ukraine’s two ports in the Sea of Azov, reports Andriy Klymenko, head of the Maidan of Foreign Affairs Foundation. The Russians detained three Turkish boats, two Ukrainian, and Egyptian and one Liberian Boat detentions can be costly if shipping deadlines are missed.

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