As a result of the blockade, shipping at the seaports of the Russian Federation decreased by a third – Kubrakov

Sectoral sanctions guarantee restrictions on the export of technologies for maritime navigation and radio communications for Russia, as well as financial restrictions on the Russian maritime register of shipping.

photo of the Ministry of Infrastructure
photo of the Ministry of Infrastructure

As a result of the closure of their ports to Russian ships by Canada, Great Britain, the USA and EU countries, shipping at the seaports of the terrorist state decreased by a third, and the number of ships decreased by 30%.

This was announced on the air of the ICTV channel by the Minister of Infrastructure Alexander Kubrakov.

Industry sanctions, according to Kubrakov, guarantee restrictions on the export of technologies for maritime navigation and radio communications for Russia, as well as financial restrictions on the Russian maritime register of shipping.

“The Ministry of Infrastructure is actively working to implement an infrastructural blockade of the aggressor in all directions,” he said.

The minister recalled that since the beginning of the full-scale war, the ministry had sent more than a hundred letters to the world’s largest maritime, automotive and other organizations, as a result of which Russia was expelled from many international organizations.

“Together with Poland, Lithuania and Estonia, we have blocked Russian cargo transportation,” he said.

Kubrakov stressed that the introduction of “iron” and air sanctions has become a separate area.

“Cooperation with the railways of Russia and Belarus and their subsidiaries has been terminated, and this process continues, and the countries are gradually closing their airspace for Russian aircraft,” the head of the MIA said.

Recall that earlier Alexander Kubrakov said that together with international partners, MIU is working to maintain the continuity of the Ukrainian logistics system, in particular, the railway and the Danube ports.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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