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Icebreaking Period in St. Petersburg Over

  • By order of Harbour Master of the Big Port of St. Petersburg, w.e.f. April 12 the icebreaking period in the port is over.

    All the restrictions as to the ice navigation regime are lifted w.e.f. April 12.

    In the Passenger port of St. Petersburg, the icebreaking period is closed and all the restrictions previously in force are lifted, also w.e.f. April 12.

     


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