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Ukraine closed its ports to Russian ships


Mariupol. View of the port from the Sea of ​​Azov. Archival photo MOSCOW, January 1. The law prohibiting Russian ships from entering the internal waters of Ukraine came into force on January 1, 2022. The corresponding document, adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on December 3, 2020, is posted on the parliament's website. According to its text, ships flying the flag of the “aggressor state” (as Russia is called in Ukraine) can no longer carry passengers and cargo on international flights between river ports. A similar measure has been introduced with regard to coastal cargo flights in the country's inland waters. in the State Ship Register of Ukraine of floating craft owned by Russian citizens. Internal river waterways in Ukraine include rivers such as the Dniester, Danube, Dnieper and others. Russian-Ukrainian relations have deteriorated due to the armed conflict in Donbass. Kiev accuses Moscow of interfering in internal affairs, and in January 2015 declared it an “aggressor country”. The West supported Ukraine and imposed sanctions against Russia. The Kremlin has repeatedly stressed that the country is not involved in the internal Ukrainian conflict and is interested in Kiev's overcoming the political and economic crisis. In Ukraine, the law banning Russian films was recognized as constitutional

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