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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Rostov port has refused to accept “runaway” from Ukraine ship


Ukrainian cruise company “Chervona Ruta”, which media have called the owner of the ship “General Vatutin”, said that is not the master of this vessel. Earlier it became known that the ship suddenly changed course and now at full speed rushes to the Russian shore. But in Rostov it does not want to accept.

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The company said that the ship was sold in 2013 and currently ship any relation to them has not, reports “UNIAN”.

The fact that on their website, “General Vatutin” is still listed as their ship, the company explained that the resource had not been updated since 2012.

In turn Life reports that there is no escape in fact was not — the ship was just sold. According to the publication, “General Vatutin” went from Kiev to Kherson on may 25, then he headed for Ishmael. Around the same time it was allegedly sold to a certain Seychelles company.

Currently the ship is in cruise, and is in Rostov-on-don. It is specified that the ship was sold under the condition that in the future he will change its name and will not call at ports in the Crimea. Currently, the ship is a mixed Russian-Ukrainian crew.

Earlier, the Ukrainian media reported that “General Vatutin” was supposed to go to Odessa, but instead, suddenly changed course and “ran away” towards the Russian coast.

In turn, in the port of Rostov-on-don have time to comment on the situation. They stated that simply will not allow the Ukrainian ship, the radio stationMoscow Says”.

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