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The Duration of Artificial Delays of Vessels in the Kerch Strait. The Monitoring for January-April 2021

15 May 2021
In April 2021, the average duration of artificial delays of vessels going from the Black Sea to the Ukrainian ports on the Sea of Azov, Mariupol and Berdiansk, by the RF was 20.9 hours, in March 2021 - 14,3 hours, in February 2021 – 21,2 hours, in January - 54 hours. In April 2021, vessels carrying exports from Mariupol and Berdiansk were delayed at the exit from the Sea of Azov by the Russian Federation for an average of 70 hours, in March 2021 - 41,8 hours, in February 2021 – 54,1 hours, in January - 44,5 hours.
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The Duration of Artificial Delays of Vessels in the Kerch Strait. The Monitoring for January-March 2021

13 April 2021
In January 2021, the average duration of artificial delays of vessels going from the Black Sea to the Ukrainian ports on the Sea of Azov, Mariupol and Berdiansk, by the RF was 54 hours, in February 2021 – 21,2 hours, in March 2021 - 14,3 hours. In January 2021, vessels carrying exports from Mariupol and Berdiansk were delayed at the exit from the Sea of Azov by the Russian Federation for an average of 44,5 hours, in February 2021 – 54,1 hours, in March 2021 - 41,8 hours.
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The Duration of Artificial Delays of Vessels in the Kerch Strait. The Monitoring for January and February 2021

24 March 2021
In January 2021, the average duration of artificial delays of vessels going from the Black Sea to the Ukrainian ports on the Sea of Azov, Mariupol and Berdiansk, by the RF was 54 hours., in February 2021 – 21,2 hours. In January 2021, vessels carrying exports from Mariupol and Berdiansk were delayed at the exit from the Sea of Azov by the Russian Federation for an average of 44,5 hours, in February 2021 – 54,1 hours.