Security Updates

Ukraine Update (17 March 2022)

On day 22 Russian advances have slowed in recent days amidst rising casualties, though troops continue their attempts to encircle and cut off the capital Kyiv. Ukrainian officials are hoping to open nine humanitarian corridors from several cities across the country, including Mariupol, over the course of Thursday.

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Ukraine Update (16 March 2022)

As of 16 March, Ukrainian ports remain closed as the war in Ukraine has severely impacted shipping in the Black Sea and has had broad consequences for international transport and global supply chains.

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Ukraine Crisis Update (15 March 2022)

As of 15 March, Ukrainian ports remain closed as the war in Ukraine has severely impacted shipping in the Black Sea and has had broad consequences for international transport and global supply chains.

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Ukraine Crisis Update (14 March 2022)

As of 14 March, Ukrainian ports remain closed as the war in Ukraine has severely impacted shipping in the Black Sea and has had broad consequences for international transport and global supply chains. The UK Defence Ministry has reported that Russian naval forces have effectively cut Ukraine off from maritime trade by controlling its Black Sea coast.  

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Ukraine Crisis Update (11 March 2022)

As of 11 March, Ukrainian ports remain closed as the war in Ukraine has severely impacted shipping in the Black Sea and has had broad consequences for international transport and global supply chains. Dozens of cargo ships remain stranded at the Ukrainian port of Mykolaiv, according to shipping trackers. There continues to be a high risk of collateral damage for any ships transiting in the Black Sea.

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