Since President Putin inaugurated the bridge last May, Russian coast guard vessels have constantly harassed Ukraine-bound shipping in the Azov
Monday, November 26, 2018

Since President Putin inaugurated the bridge last May, Russian coast guard vessels have constantly harassed Ukraine-bound shipping in the Azov

Since President Putin inaugurated the bridge last May, Russian coast guard vessels have constantly harassed Ukraine-bound shipping in the Azov. As steel makers and grain traders seek alternatives, cargo shipments from Ukraine’s main port, Mariupol, are down, and shipments are up from Mikolaiv, the closest Black Sea Port. Before the harassment started, about 10% of Ukraine’s sea borne trade passed through its two Sea of Azov ports, Mariupol and Berdyansk.

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