Security Updates

War in Ukraine – Update (7 March 2022)

As of 7 March, maritime ports in Ukraine remain closed as per orders from the Ukrainian military. Last week, a number of incidents involving vessels were reported in the Black Sea, including the sinking of a vessel. The NATO Shipping Centre continued to warn that there is a high risk of collateral damage on civilian shipping in the north-western part of the Black Sea.

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Maritime Advisory – Black Sea and Sea of Azov

As of 3 March, maritime ports in Ukraine remain closed as per orders from the Ukrainian military.

The NATO Shipping Centre has warned that there is a high risk of collateral damage on civilian shipping in the north-western part of the Black Sea. There have already been reports of several civilian vessels either being hit directly or indirectly in the north-western Black Sea within Ukrainian territorial waters and adjacent international waters.

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Ukraine Crisis Update (2 March 2022)

Fighting continues on the ground as Russian and Ukrainian officials meet for a second round of talks.

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Ukraine Advisory (1 March 2022)

As of 1 March, maritime ports in Ukraine remain closed as per orders from the Ukrainian military.

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Updated Advisory – Ukraine Crisis (28 Feb 2022)

As of 28 February, maritime ports in Ukraine remain closed as per orders from the Ukrainian military.

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