ECM client Alert 23-2018: USCG Port Security Advisory 1-18, Conditions Imposed on vessels Arriving from Iraq
The USCG has issued a new Port Security Advisory (PSA) announcing the imposition of Conditions of Entry on certain vessels arriving from Iraq. The PSA includes Iraq among the countries and/or ports that have been determined to have inadequate and/or ineffective anti-terrorism measures in place. This new PSA will affect vessels arriving at US ports on or after 26 October 2018.
Members are referred to the attachment hereto for additional information.
If Members have any questions on any of our legal updates, please contact the Legal Team via Chao Wu (email@example.com
), Jacqueline Tan (firstname.lastname@example.org
and Ioana Gonciari (email@example.com
), or your usual contact at the Club, and we will be pleased to assist with your questions.
ECM Client Alert 23-2018 - Port Security Advisory 1-18 (605 KB)
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