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Sakhalin ship "ST Wind" was detained for debts to the crew in Primorye
In the seaside port of Nakhodka, the Sakhalin ship "ST Wind" was detained for wage arrears to the crew. Earlier, for the same reason, the ship "Port May", belonging to the same shipowner, was detained.
As the TASS, the amount of debt to the "ST Wind" team is about two million rubles. The ship belongs to the Vip Stroy Holding company - the ship owner of the Port May ship detained in Kamchatka due to violations and a salary debt of 1,8 million rubles.
Nikolai Sukhanov, chairman of the Far Eastern organization of the Russian trade union of seafarers, said that the ship's crew had filed a collective complaint with the port captain about non-payment of wages.
Back in 2016, the court of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk considered the case of the ship owner Ivan Pivnev, who owed employees about 20 thousand dollars. "VIP-Stroy Holding" has accumulated wage arrears before the courts "Port May" and "ST Wind".
Due to debts to the sailors of the motor ship "Port May" April 7, 2021 exit was prohibited from the port of Tilichiki in Kamchatka.