Russia proposes 2023 as compromise for global sulfur directive

Russia is now officially proposing 2023 as the year in which the global sulfur regulations should come into force, Deputy Minister of Transport Victor Olersky tells ShippingWatch on the same day on which the discussions of the proposed rules enter a critical stage at the IMO meeting in London.

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Shortly before the negotiations concerning the global sulfur directive for the international shipping sector are set to begin at the IMO meeting in London, Russia now openly proposes a new year for when the directive should come into force.

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