Russian harassment of ships bound for Ukraine’s two Sea of Azov ports – Beryansk and Mariupol – is pushing down cargo down by 10% this year
Monday, August 6, 2018

Russian harassment of ships bound for Ukraine’s two Sea of Azov ports – Beryansk and Mariupol – is pushing down cargo down by 10% this year

Russian harassment of ships bound for Ukraine’s two Sea of Azov ports – Beryansk and Mariupol – is pushing down cargo down by 10% this year, Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan TV Channel 112. To combat Russia’s squeeze on shipping, Omelyan said talks are underway with “our regional partners who are members of the coalition against Russia” to impose sanctions. This could include curbing Western shipping to and from Novorossiysk. Russia’s busiest port, Novorossiysk is located 150 km southeast of the Kerch Strait, the narrows where Russia’s coast guard detains Ukraine-bound ships.

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