EU launches sanctions on Russian classification firm in shipping

New tightening moves in the EU’s sanctions regime resulting from the war in Ukraine now puts the spotlight on one of Russia’s classification firms. The announcement comes as the matter of port closures is still being debated among member nations.


BRUSSELS – The European Union’s 27 member countries tighten their grip on a key player in Russia’s maritime sector.

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