Media: Ukraine moving toward ban on international shipping

Ukraine will soon follow through on its considerations of banning ships sailing from Crimean ports from entering the country, according to Lloyd's List. (corrected).

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The Crimea crisis now means that Ukraine will close its ports for ships that have called in Crimean ports. This happens just a few months after the country declared its independence, reports Lloyd's List.

It remains uncertain when the ban against the ships will come into force, but it could happen as soon as Wednesday, according to Lloyd's List. The move concerns the key ports of Evpatoria, Kerch, Sebastopol, Feodosia and Yalta.

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