Landlocked Belarus could become a ‘maritime state’
Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Landlocked Belarus could become a ‘maritime state’

Landlocked Belarus could become a ‘maritime state’ with the construction of a Dnipro river port in Nizhny Zhary, in Belarus’ southernmost tip, according to Andrei Savinykh, Belarus ambassador to Turkey. Last week, Savinykh showed representatives of Turkey’s Derin Shipping & Trading Co., around Nizhny Zhary, a Gomel region village of dirt tracks and shuttered wooden cottages on the eastern edge of the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

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