Ukraine to shut down Crimea's ports next week

The government in Ukraine have now decided to shut down five ports in Crimea to international ship traffic. The closure will happen on July 15th, according to Skuld.

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Crimea is currently deemed Russian, but this is not recognized by the Ukrainian government. This will be expressed next week when the Ukrainian government in a decree plans to announce a decision to shut down five ports in Crimea for international ship traffic. The decision will come into force on July 15th.

The five ports in question are Kerch, Theodosia, Sevastopol, Yalta and Evpatoria.

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