On Thursday, Khalid Mahmud Chowdhury, the State Minister for Shipping, handed over the cheque of Tk4.60 crore to Abdur Razzaque, the father of Hadisur.
The EU and UK are going to ban ships transporting Russia’s oil from seeking and receiving insurance, per reports, in what analysts refer to as the greatest blow so far to Moscow’s efforts in funding the war in Ukraine.
The pro-Kremlin separatist leader in Donetsk, Denis Pushilin, mentioned on Telegram that about 2,500 tonnes of sheet metal rolls have departed the Mariupol Port and the ship has set sail for Rostov
Vladimir Putin told Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Turkish counterpart, that Moscow was all set to collaborate with Ankara for freeing up maritime shipping that was being blocked due to the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.
South Korea-based shipbuilder shares that the client was unsuccessful in clearing an instalment payment on a contract it had received in 2020 around October.
Russia seems to be ramping up the theft of Ukraine’s grain as the war in Ukraine continues escalating in absence of a breakthrough ceasefire agreement. Per new and most recent imagery from the satellite of the port of Sevastopol provided by Maxar Technologies.
IMO has issued a new Circular Letter (No.4573) which contains information about and guidance for the maritime security threat posed by free-floating sea mines in the Black Sea Region.
The largest shipping firm in Russia, Sovcomflot, has sold off at least 20 tankers to avoid defaults and pay off creditors. About it on May 23, reports the Financial Times.
Greenpeace protesters have reportedly prevented the entry of a Greece-based tanker into a southern English port as it had fuel cargo from Russia and the police was arresting, the green group declared on Monday.
Russian-flagged vessels loaded with stolen grains from Ukraine are headed toward Syria before cargoes move on to destinations in the Middle East, the government in Kyiv has reportedly mentioned.