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The Club's correspondents have advised that all Syrian ports – Lattakia, Tartous and Banias – are operating normally and under safe conditions, as the Syrian Coast remains calm so far.
China has become a significant importer of goods, and Members often face claims advanced by shippers or consignees in China. The latest publication from the UK Club Legal Briefing team provides an overview of the current situation and recommendations to note if Members face claims by shippers or consignees in China.
The Association has been recently advised of bunker restriction in Orinoco River ports.
The Association has been recently advised of a ban to disembark stowaways in both Tema and Tokaradi ports, Ghana.
The US Coast Guard issued a news release stating that it has removed the Conditions of Entry on vessels arriving from Cuba.
Further to Bulletin 1070 and Bulletin 1078, the Association has received the attached circular from our local correspondent in China.
The Association has been aware of ongoing issues in Nigeria where the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) is requiring Terminal Operators and shipowners to sign Letters of Comfort (LOC) when loading oil or gas cargoes in Nigeria.
Further to our various bulletins dealing with Customs problems in Argentina, we have received the following update from our local correspondents.
The local Putian Maritime Safety Administration of China has recently issued a notice regarding the fishing farms around NanRi Island.
GAC has advised the Club that the naval forces of the Saudi Arabian Coalition have restricted access to Saleef port and it is reported that all ships were ordered out of Saleef port at 02:35 am 21/08/2015.