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Danish and Russian shipowners strengthen cooperation

The Danish Shipowners' Association has signed a new cooperative agreement with the Russian shipowners' association. Key points are maritime legislation, arctic sailing, and the environment.

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The Danish and Russian shipowners' associations moved a step closer to each other when, Monday night in Copenhagen, the two associations signed a cooperative agreement. The agreement was signed in relation to the Danish- Russian governmental advisory council, taking place this week.

The agreement was signed by the president of the Russian shipowners' association, "The National Chamber of Shipping," Alexei Klyavin, and CEO of the Danish Shipowners' Association, Peter Bjerregaard, along with the Russian Minister for Transportation, Maxim Sokolov, and Permanent Secretary of the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Claus Grube.

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