The ship “Lazurite” sailed under the Russian flag and was anchored with precious metal.
Realism E24 sWrite that the ship is owned by Malta-registered Volga-Baltic Ship 4 Limited, which is affiliated with Volga Shipping.
Volga shipping is controlled by the Russian oligarch Vladimir Lisin. According to the British online newspaper City AM The oligarchy has demanded an end to Russian President Vladimir Putin and an end to the war in Ukraine.
Working with questions about exemption
– Now both the European Union and Norway are actively working on issues of exclusion from ports.Ice Minister Bijorner Skajaran (Labor Party).
According to Skjaran, it will take longer to take place because it is more complex than other obstacles.
– It is about international law on the sea for the UN, of which Norway has been a driver. For us, he says, Norwegian-Russian fisheries cooperation is important.
Norway foretells dark times for industry
Stein Lear Hanson, CEO of the Norwegian industry, says it is not illegal to trade with Russian soldiers because sanctions against Russia have not yet been adopted.
– I do not want to be a defender of morality, but I urge you to follow the sanctions against Russia, even if they have not yet been formally adopted.
He predicts a dark period for Norwegian industry in the future.
– This war will have great consequences for the Norwegian industry. Value chains stop raw materials coming from Russia. Lear Hanson says that now everything is changing from normal to normal.
Closed to Russian ships
Liberal MP Ola Elvestven will strengthen sanctions against Russia and close Norwegian ports for Russian ships.
– Elvestune tells the NRK that what we see now on this ship, which belongs to the Russian oligarchy, shows how important it is.
He thinks Norway should follow Britain and Canada and move ahead with the EU.
– We must be a driving force for Europe to close ports for Russian ships.
Director of Norwegian Ports Kjell-Olav Gammelsæter says he understands the commitment to the NRK.
– We have a good understanding of commitment. We are not against imposing such a ban on Norwegian ports, but he says it should be done in the right way by the decision of the Central Governments.
Nestlr and Rod Mary Snow Martinusen Reacts to the case and wants Norway to carry out its own punitive measures, but believes that closing all Norwegian ports to Russian ships is not the way to go.
– Unlike the European Union and the United Kingdom, fisheries cooperation should be considered. He says this is best done with targeted actions against specific shipowners.
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