Foreign affairs minister says efforts underway to close EU ports for Russian ships

Following the closure of European air space, work is now underway to close EU ports for Russian ships, says Danish foreign minister Jeppe Kofod.

Photo: Mads Claus Rasmussen

BRUSSELS – Having just approved the closure of European air space, the European Union’s member nations apparently now turn their gaze toward Russian ships and their ability to call at EU ports.

So said Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs Jeppe Kofod in a televised debate on channel TV 2 following a virtual meeting with fellow ministers from the union’s 27 member states.

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