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The Ministry of Transport will work out a mechanism for the elimination of sunken ships

The Ministry of Transport will work out a mechanism for the elimination of sunken ships
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The Ministry of Transport will work out a mechanism for the elimination of sunken ships in the Far East. By the end of the year, the rusty sunken ships in the region will be counted.

This was stated by the presidential envoy to the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev after a meeting with the heads of the Far Eastern regions, held today in Vladivostok. He clarified that we are talking about abandoned ships that do not interfere with navigation. Sources of financing for their liquidation will be determined by the end of the year.

In February, Yuri Trutnev instructed the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia to prepare a bill that will oblige the owners of sunken ships pick them up from the bottom and dispose of... About 550 ships have been sunk in the Far East.

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