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Navigation for small vessels ends in Chukotka

Navigation for small vessels ends in Chukotka
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In Chukotka, navigation for small vessels is nearing completion. On October 1, it was suspended on the rivers, and on October 10, navigation on sections of the inland bays of the Bering Sea is closed.

This is the Anadyr estuary, the gulfs of Oneman, Kanchalan and the Cross, and this also applies to coastal areas of the East Siberian Sea. This was reported by the press service of the regional GU EMERCOM of Russia.

In addition, from October 15, navigation will end on the coastal sections of the Chukchi Sea, and from October 25, on the coastal sections of the Bering Sea with the Anadyr Gulf. Administrative responsibility is provided for going out onto a pond on a pond after closing navigation.