Restricted Nationals Vessels may be refused entry into ports in Mindanao
Following the implementation of Martial Law in Mindanao (southern Philippines) on 24th May 2017, the Senate and the House of Representatives met jointly at the end of July and voted to extend martial law in Mindanao until 31st December 2017.
UK Club correspondents report on how the armed conflict in the region is having ramifications in regards to international vessels, as crews of a certain nationality are not being allowed to proceed to ports in Mindanao.
Find out more in the bulletin attached above.
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