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Trutnev instructed to urgently deal with the overloading of the ports of the Far Eastern Federal District
Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev instructed to deal with the overloading of the ports of the Far East. To develop measures, representatives of the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the Ministry of Transport and the plenipotentiary mission will go to the region this week.
As the TASS, Trutnev instructed to determine the priority of handling "stuck" cargo. According to him, the logistic crisis has affected all the ports of the Far East, but special attention should be paid to the cargo of northern delivery and cargo associated with the construction of facilities.
“There is a priority for sending transit cargo. This should not be the case, it is necessary to carry out the northern delivery, to ensure normal living conditions for people. Representatives of all subjects that now have problems, interruptions in the delivery of goods, will also come to Vladivostok, in a general circle until Monday, they must figure out the situation, "- added the plenipotentiary.
Interruptions in supplies are felt by residents of Chukotka, Kamchatka, Sakhalin and the Magadan region. From July to September, three times fewer ships came to the ports of Chukotka than usual. Dispatches are awaiting more than 200 containers... A similar situation with the delivery of goods is developing in Kamchatka. Governor of the region Vladimir Solodov asked the plenipotentiary of the president in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev to understand with cargo delays from Vladivostok. Some containers are delayed for three months.As EastRussia previously reported, in the Far East, terminals for transshipment of container ships are maximally loaded. A similar situation develops in many ports of southeast Asia... The reason was a sharp influx of containers from China due to the rise in the cost of transportation through the Suez Canal. Some ships cannot enter ports for two to three weeks.