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Three navy ships held by Russia return to Ukraine port

Three navy ships held by Russia return to Ukraine port

  Three navy vessels that Moscow seized last year and handed back to Ukraine have arrived at a Ukrainian port, though Kiev said they were stripped of equipment. The...

Russia willing to pay to lure shippers to the Arctic

Russia willing to pay to lure shippers to the Arctic

  Russia wants to make its Arctic waters more attractive to shippers than the Suez Canal and could be willing to compensate for potential risks to make that happen....

Russia opens fire on North Korean fishing boat; detains 21 for alleged poaching

Russia opens fire on North Korean fishing boat; detains 21 for alleged poaching

  Russian border guards opened fire on a North Korean fishing boat and detained 21 crew for alleged poaching in the Sea of Japan, the Federal Security Service was...

Tribunal appoints arbitrators in Russia-Ukraine naval dispute

Tribunal appoints arbitrators in Russia-Ukraine naval dispute

Three arbitrators have been appointed in the arbitral proceedings between Russia and Ukraine concerning the detention of three Ukrainian naval vessels and twenty-four...

Maersk explores Arctic shipping

Maersk explores Arctic shipping route with Russia

Shipping group A.P. Moller-Maersk said on Friday it is in talks with Russia’s state-owned icebreaker operator to send more goods via the Arctic, which is becoming more...

Maersk to launch TradeLens in Russia 

Maersk to launch TradeLens in Russia 

A.P. Moller–Maersk has reached a deal with the Russian Ministry of Transport to launch its blockchain-based TradeLens platform in Russia. The agreement, signed by...

Captured Ukrainian sailors moved to Moscow prisons

Tribunal orders Russia to release Ukrainian Navy ships, sailors

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) has ordered Russia to release three Ukrainian naval vessels and 24 servicemen on board detained last year. The...

Russia to pay Greenpeace $3m for illegal detention of ship

Russia to pay Greenpeace $3m for illegal detention of ship 

Russia has agreed to pay EUR2.7 million (USD3 million) to Greenpeace in compensation for unlawful detention of its ship Arctic Sunrise and 30 crewmembers in 2013.  This...

Captured Ukrainian sailors moved to Moscow prisons

Ukraine appeals detention of vessels, 24 sailors by Russia

Ukraine has submitted an appeal to the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS) requesting Russia’s release of three detained Ukrainian Navy vessels...

Putin inaugurates Russia's first LNG floating storage facility

Putin inaugurates Russia’s first LNG floating storage facility

Russian President, Vladimir Putin, on Tuesday inaugurated the country’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) in...

Russia rejects U.S. call to release Ukrainian ships, sailors

Russia rejects U.S. call to release Ukrainian ships, sailors

Russia on Friday rejected a United States call to release ships and sailors, saying it could not take precedence over the country’s justice system, but added that...

OPL 245: Russia urges Italy to drop bribery charges against envoy

OPL 245: Russia urges Italy to drop bribery charges against envoy

Russia has asked Italy to drop charges against a former ambassador caught up in Nigeria’s OPL 245 oilfield corruption case, legal documents showed on Wednesday. A...