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Ukraine: How martial law affects commercial shipping

On the aftermath of the imposition of the martial law, foreign vessels heading to Ukrainian ports on the Azov Sea, such as Mariupol and Berdyansk, may be detained in the Kerch Strait for inspection and search. However, this is possibly not the case for vessels heading to Russian Ports, according to data provided by Dias Marine Consulting.

INTERCARGO warns of increased Indonesian cargo liquefaction risk

INTERCARGO issued a reminder on the wet season in Indonesia, which runs from October to April.
Those trading in the area are advised to be especially cautious when accepting cargoes from Indonesia and the surrounding region during the wet season and especially at times of heavy rainfall.

London Club warns of increased cyber fraud incidents

The London P&I Club is aware of an increasing number of incidents related to cyber fraud and reminds Assureds to be vigilant and to be duly diligent by putting in place appropriate procedures in order to combat the risk.

Outbreak of dengue fever in Brazil

The London P&I Club warns of an outbreak of dengue fever reported currently in Paranaguá, Brazil which causes a flu-like illness sometimes complicated by haemorrhages or shock and advises to take precautions.

Iran Sanctions: Implementation Day

The London P&I Club informs about the lifting of certain US, EU and UN sanctions against Iran following verification by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on 16 January 2016 that Iran has implemented the agreed nuclear-related measures as set out in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).


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