14 vessels are blocked in Kherson port
14 merchant vessels remain blocked in the seaport of Kherson, 7 of which belong to Turkish owners.
“Of these 14 ships blocked as a result of the war in Kherson, 7 belong to Turkish shipowners, 3 to Ukrainian shipowners, one ship each belongs to companies from Malta, Montenegro, Egypt, and the Marshall Islands,” said Andriy, head of the Monitoring Group of the Black Sea Strategic Research Institute. Klymenko.
All these ships were in the port of Kherson from the beginning of the full-scale invasion of russian federation. Thus, 9 of them accepted Ukrainian export cargoes, another 5 commercial vessels were being repaired at ship repair enterprises.
At the same time, 29 commercial vessels remain blocked in the ports of Mykolaiv region. Of this number, 8 vessels belong to shipowners from Greece, and 7 – from Turkey.
As previously reported by USM, two Turkish vessels were damaged in the shelling by the russians in Kherson. The invaders attacked the cargo ship Tuzla, a fire broke out as a result of the shelling.