50 ships are blocked in Ukrainian ports
Of the 100 vessels blocked in Ukrainian ports since February 24, 2022, 50 vessels remain.
Thus, 29 ships are in the ports of the Mykolaiv region, 14 in Kherson, 5 in Mariupol, reports Andriy Klymenko, head of the Monitoring Group of the Black Sea Strategic Research Institute.
“For various reasons, 2 sea vessels from the number of 41 that were blocked on 02/24/2022 remain in the ports of the Odesa region,” Klymenko said.
In total, out of 50 ships, 15 belong to ship-owning companies from EU countries (8 of them – Greece, 3 – Malta, 1 ship each – Bulgaria, Germany, Estonia, Denmark), 14 – Turkish ship owners, 8 – Ukrainian ship owners.
Other shipowners include companies from Norway and China, Great Britain, Montenegro, Bangladesh, the Marshall Islands, Lebanon, Egypt, and Singapore.