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Turkey has closed its ports to ships from the Crimea

Photo: gettyimages.com Ships from Crimea is now not going to Turkey

Shipping country adapts to foreign policy.

Turkey has banned all ships from the Crimea to enter Turkish ports. About this in his Facebook reported the press Secretary of the PGO Larisa Sargan.

According to her, October 6 the leadership of the Chamber of shipping of Turkey sent its Maritime carriers and ports user the letter with the requirement to take measures with consideration of external policy of our country. We are talking about the restrictions imposed on visits by ships in the ports of the Crimea.

“Turkish ports, Maritime agents, shipowners and operators officially reported that the vessels arrived from the Crimea and its ports, are not passed on to Turkey, and permission to sail from the ports of this region is not available,” said Gar.

She also stated that the country introduced a strict system of inspection of vessels, including their documentation . However, the management ports be obliged to demand from the courts the evidence that the last point of their departure was not a Crimean port and they do not go to the Crimea. And ports are not allowed to execute duties, port and sales documents that bear a stamp of Crimea.

“The introduction of such procedure is a consequence of the common practice, when the offending ships recently massively provide Turkish Maritime and port authorities with false information about the ports of destination,” the letter says.

According to Sargan, these rules apply to all, without exception, the court, in spite of their owners, flags of countries and congestion.

We will remind, in August ports of the annexed Crimea illegally came 34 cargo vehicle.

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