In the sea of Azov in the night from August 31 to September 1, the coast guard of FSB of Russia have detained on the way from Mariupol near Berdyansk Ukrainian bulk carrier Amadore. This was announced by chief editor of BlackSeaNews Andriy Klymenko on the page in Facebook.
He noted that at 10:00 am Saturday, the ship still continued to stand. He stressed that such detention usually continues for about 3 hours.
On the way to the sea of Azov is the ship expected resolution in the Kerch Strait within 119 hours.
The owner of the ship Amadore is a company from Odessa. It is already the 99th detention (directly into the sea, not counting checks before and in the Kerch Strait) may 17, 2018.
Recall that in February 2018 Ukraine filed its Memorandum, which confirms that Russia has violated Ukraine’s sovereign rights in the Black, Azov seas and Kerch Strait. It shows that in 2014 the Russian Federation illegally removed Ukraine from exercising their rights of the coastal state uses the Ukrainian resources for its own purposes. In addition, in violation of international law Russia steals Ukrainian energy and fishing resources, harms the Ukrainian fishermen and blocks traffic to Ukrainian ports.