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Departure of the first foreign ship from Mariupol postponed until June 20

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The Turkish dry cargo ship Azov Concorde, which was supposed to leave Mariupol on June 18, will leave for its home port later. “This is due to the fact that the payment for port services from the shipowner to the Donetsk People’s Republic did not go through,” TASS was told in the DPR. “The vessel is empty, without cargo, it will go home.”

Earlier it was reported that there were six foreign ships in the port of Mariupol: “Tsarevna” (Bulgaria), “Azburg” (Dominican Republic), “Smarta” (Liberia), Blue Star (Panama), “Azov Concorde” (Turkey), “Lady Augusta (Jamaica).

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