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Ice Restrictions Lifted in Vyssotsk

  • In the port of Vyssotsk, ice restrictions are lifted w.e.f. April 8.

    In the port of Vyborg, barges pulled by tugs are allowed to sail escorted by icebreakers provided a rigid hitch is used and the ice class of the vessels is Ice1 and above.


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