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11 August 2022

The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) of the UN backed Black Sea Grain Initiative has issued the “Procedures for Merchant Vessels” to facilitate the safe export of foodstuffs and fertilizers

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4 August 2022

Vessels navigating in waters around Taiwan and/or calling at the ports of Keelung, Suao, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Anping, Hoping and Hualien, should be aware of PRC naval exercises taking place from noon on 4 August until noon on 7 August 2022.

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30 June 2022

A summary of the drivers and result for the 2021/22 financial year and other recent developments in the Club’s business

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29 June 2022

Building on strong growth in demand for both Protection and Indemnity (P&I) and a suite of related maritime insurance products in Asia

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13 May 2022

A correspondent in China, Oasis P&I, summarises the relevant COVID-19 control restrictions in place at various major Chinese ports

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10 May 2022

The latest update on the Ukrainian Port situation from a Ukraine Correspondent, Dias Marine Consulting PC is that all Ukrainian ports remain closed for inward/outward passages.

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29 March 2022

Vessels navigating in the Black Sea should note that there have been three recent reports of sea mines drifting in the area.

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18 March 2022

The Swedish Dockworkers Union has given notice about nationwide blockade against Russian ships and cargo

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11 March 2022

The areas of perceived enhanced risk in The Black Sea and Sea of Azov have been updated by the Joint War Committee.

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4 March 2022

The EU in consultation with the UK, US and Canada have requested SWIFT, the financial messaging system, to disconnect certain Russian banks from using its system, in response to Russia’s unprovoked military aggression against Ukraine.

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