Russia will continue fighting the NOx requirements

Russia's Deputy Minister of Transport, Victor Olersky, used his speech at the opening of the Danish Maritime Forum to warn against the new NOx requirements that will be discussed by the IMO's environmental committee next week.

Photo: Danish Maritime Forum

Russia has not given up the fight to postpone the international regulations aimed at reducing nitrous oxide emissions, NOx, from the shipping industry.

In relation to the opening of the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen, the country's Deputy Minister of Transport, Victor Olersky, warned against adopting the NOx regulations that will otherwise be discussed by the IMO at the meeting of the Marine Environment Protection Committee, MEPC, in London next week.

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