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UN to work on safe corridor for ships stranded by Ukraine conflict

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Russia's military took control of waterways when it invaded Ukraine on Feb 24. Fighting has left around 100 foreign-flagged vessels and hundreds of mariners stranded in Ukrainian ports. Last week a seafarer was killed at the Ukrainian port of Olvia after a missile struck his cargo ship. Projectiles have hit four other vessels in recent days with one sunk.
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UN to work on safe corridor for ships stranded by Ukraine conflict

LONDON - The UN's shipping agency will seek to create a safe maritime corridor to enable merchant ships and their crews stuck in the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to sail away without the risk of being hit, it said on Friday. Russia's military took control of waterways when it invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, in what Moscow calls a "special operation". Ukrainian maritime officials have told

5 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Star Kuala Lumpur

UN to work on safe corridor for ships stranded by Ukraine conflict

LONDON (Reuters) - The UN's shipping agency will seek to create a safe maritime corridor to enable merchant ships and their crews stuck in the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to sail away without the risk of being hit, it said on Friday. Read full story

5 months ago·Malaysia
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Channel News Asia

UN to work on safe corridor for ships stranded by Ukraine conflict

LONDON: The UN's shipping agency will seek to create a safe maritime corridor to enable merchant ships and their crews stuck in the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to sail away without the risk of being hit, it said on Friday (Mar 11). Russia's military took control of waterways when it invaded Ukraine on Feb&nb

5 months ago·Singapore
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UN to work on safe corridor for ships stranded by Ukraine conflict

March 12, 2022LONDON (Reuters) – The UN’s shipping agency will seek to create a safe maritime corridor to enable merchant ships and their crews stuck in the Black Sea and Sea of Azov to sail away without the risk of being hit, it said on Friday.Russia’s military took control of waterways when it invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, in what Moscow calls a “special operation”.Ukrainian maritime officials have told Reuters fighting has left around 100 f…

5 months ago·San Diego, United States
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