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Sanctioned Russian ship arrested in Singapore
Singapore authorities arrested the Russian ship Sevastopol, which fell under US sanctions. Due to a breakdown, it has been at the port for nine months, as a result of which a multi-million debt for parking has accumulated.
As the RBC, Singapore companies refused to repair the ship, which is under US sanctions. And without repair, the team could not go to sea. Now the authorities of the island state through the court are seeking permission to sell Sevastopol in order to pay off the debt to the port.
The team does not work back either. The Singapore government refuses to let anyone out of the country before a court decision. The debt for parking the ship is about one million US dollars. The vessel was arrested in a lawsuit filed by Kingstate Maritime Agency, which claims payment of arrears.