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Russia imposes restrictions on the passage of ships on the Northern Sea Route

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Russia, with 1 in January, 2019 will impose a restriction on the passage of foreign-built ships along the Northern Sea Route (SMP), said Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov in an interview with the “Vesti on Saturday with Sergey Brilev” program on Russia 1 TV channel, while adding that This is a natural measure of shipbuilding protection and will stimulate the loading of Russian shipyards.


Russia imposes restrictions on the passage of ships on the Northern Sea Route


Borisov said that the Northern Sea Route is Russian coastal waters and Russian-built or Russian-flagged vessels have to walk there, and, by imposing restrictions on the passage of foreign-built vessels, Russia primarily protects its shipbuilders. He added that the idea to give priority to the use of domestic-built vessels is not new, in the 1920 year, the US has already introduced a similar measure for ships sailing in coastal waters to protect American shipbuilders.

At the same time, Borisov stressed that Russia does not impose severe restrictions on foreign-made vessels, the NSR will not be completely closed for such vessels. By decision of the government, permission will be given for the passage of vessels of other buildings, other countries, so as not to restrain business processes. Moreover, not all the types of vessels Russia will be able to cover for the first time.

The Northern Sea Route is open to international shipping since 1991. However, in official Russian documents it is defined as "the historically established national transport communication". This is the shortest road from Europe to the Far East.
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  1. minus
    minus 15 September 2018 15: 48
    +31
    It is high time. Only now there will be so many hysteria from the "partners" ... laughing
    1. Hole puncher
      Hole puncher 15 September 2018 15: 52
      -25
      Quote: Minus
      It is high time. Only now there will be so many hysteria from the "partners" ... laughing

      They don’t use it, it’s a blow to domestic shipping companies.
      1. K. Sergey.
        K. Sergey. 15 September 2018 16: 28
        +14
        Quote: Puncher
        They don’t use it, it’s a blow to domestic shipping companies.

        Why would it be? Please explain.
        1. tlauicol
          tlauicol 15 September 2018 17: 07
          +10
          Quote: K. Sergey.
          Quote: Puncher
          They don’t use it, it’s a blow to domestic shipping companies.

          Why would it be? Please explain.

          so we have half of the merchant fleet - foreign cars, and the large tonnage, so almost all
          1. tol100v
            tol100v 15 September 2018 17: 56
            +9
            Quote: Tlauicol
            so we have half of the merchant fleet - foreign cars, and the large tonnage, so almost all

            There is also a question about what "flag" they are flying under!
            1. tlauicol
              tlauicol 15 September 2018 18: 01
              +9
              so our companies using foreign-built vessels will have to pay "for the flag" to the Dutch, Finns and other Germans so that they raise the Russian instead of the Jamaican or Maltese flag
          2. evgen1221
            evgen1221 15 September 2018 18: 06
            +1
            Under the Russian flag, for this and invented
        2. The Little Humpbacked Horse
          The Little Humpbacked Horse 15 September 2018 17: 55
          +13
          Quote: K. Sergey.
          Why would it be? Please explain.


          In order to sail along the northern sea route, ice-class vessels are needed, that is, a reinforced hull, preferably without a bulb, a powerful boiler for heating tanks in the cold, and a four-blade propeller. Foreigners are mostly inexpensive ships without frills, for example, on large container ships, maersk, special paint with a coating for better gliding, and a six-blade propeller, that is, no one will ruin these ships in the ice, repairs will not pay back
        3. Deck
          Deck 16 September 2018 06: 49
          +1
          Please name the vessels (except for nuclear icebreakers and
          "Moscow" with "St. Petersburg") of domestic construction suitable for sailing along the NSR. At least a dozen.
          1. ASASHOKA
            ASASHOKA 17 September 2018 11: 51
            -1
            Today, Russia is in an advantageous position compared to all other claimants who would like to take advantage of the riches of the Arctic. In addition to 6 nuclear-powered icebreakers (no country in the world has a nuclear-powered icebreaker fleet), Russia has about 20 diesel icebreakers. For comparison, Denmark has 4 icebreakers, Norway has 1, the USA has 3, Canada has more icebreakers - 2 heavy icebreakers and more than a dozen small class icebreakers. However, the vast experience of working in high latitudes and the presence of a nuclear-powered icebreaker fleet provide Russia with an undoubted advantage. And no one argues with that. Plus to this, take the fact that a number of ice-class vessels have been laid down with an exit in 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 and 2024, i.e. annually!!! And the boats are not small to bake like that! Plus, still designed ice-class ships ..., for example, "Leader", which is planned to be built for 2024. We are not standing. As you can imagine, we have icebreakers that will operate on the NSR. So that they have work constantly, and not from time to time - it is necessary that no one else has the right to walk along the NSR, except for ours or with ours. And money from this can be invested in the modernization and in the construction of ships better and stronger.
      2. Chertt
        Chertt 15 September 2018 16: 36
        +21
        Quote: Puncher
        this is a blow to domestic shipping companies

        I thought that this news * all-propagator * could not comment negatively. I underestimated them wink
        1. Dashout
          Dashout 15 September 2018 17: 02
          +4
          Yes, where without them ... sitting on every page (news) ...
      3. kenig1
        kenig1 15 September 2018 17: 23
        +11
        The article says "or under the Russian flag", that is, the money will go to our budget, not the budget of Lesotho.
      4. Sarmat Sanych
        Sarmat Sanych 15 September 2018 19: 10
        +5
        Hole punch, they are already using them, the largest shipping company on the planet, Maersk, is soon launching its first container ship under our supervision and plans for regular flights are announced.
      5. Rav Rav
        Rav Rav 15 September 2018 19: 41
        +3
        It's like in the movie "no pens, no candy", the question is how large-tonnage ships go without an icebreaker? It's still to buy a harness without a horse!
      6. andrson
        andrson 15 September 2018 21: 26
        0
        Quote: Puncher
        Quote: Minus
        It is high time. Only now there will be so many hysteria from the "partners" ... laughing

        They don’t use it, it’s a blow to domestic shipping companies.

        -I agree. There are so many ships in Russia.
    2. NIKN
      NIKN 15 September 2018 15: 55
      -1
      The NSR will not be completely closed to such vessels. By decision of the government permission will be given to pass vessels of another construction, other countries, so as not to constrain business processes. Moreover, not all types of ships in Russia will be able to block at first.
      And then what is impossible? Pleasure yachts?
      1. Galleon
        Galleon 16 September 2018 00: 17
        +3
        Yachts go if their captains are severe enough. Some go to Novaya Zemlya and back, but with serious preparation passed the entire NSR. There are few such
    3. scientist
      scientist 15 September 2018 15: 58
      +6
      Quote: Minus
      now there will be so many hysteria from the "partners"

      It is possible without tantrums. The main thing is that there would be no support and approval from the West. Otherwise, most Russians will have doubts about the correctness of this decision.
    4. ANCIENT
      ANCIENT 15 September 2018 16: 48
      0
      Not the topic, do not throw bricks at me - on the West 2018 exercises, our paratrooper from Buryatia was killed! On many sites, this information has recently appeared! !! soldier
      1. tol100v
        tol100v 15 September 2018 18: 19
        +4
        Quote: ANCIENT
        -On the exercises in the West 2018, our paratrooper from Buryatia was killed!

        These are large-scale exercises. Sorry for the fighter. Condolences to the family. Only one question: - how many people during this period of time died in traffic accidents and in fires !?
    5. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 15 September 2018 17: 01
      +4
      Video to the news
  2. Sergey Medvedev
    Sergey Medvedev 15 September 2018 15: 53
    0
    Well, at least somewhere, our authorities showed their teeth. If this goes on, the Americans will fly into space on trampolines. Nefig holes to drill! laughing
    1. Black sniper
      Black sniper 15 September 2018 17: 44
      +2
      Well, that’s right, you also need to introduce duties for foreign vessels for passing through the NSR !!! hi
  3. Hole puncher
    Hole puncher 15 September 2018 15: 55
    -17
    The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers will they also be subject to restrictions?
    1. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 15 September 2018 15: 59
      +13
      Quote: Puncher
      The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers will they also be subject to restrictions?

      If the ship is flying our flag, then the restrictions do not apply to it. If the ship is flying a foreign flag, but built at our shipyards, there are no restrictions either. As I understand it.
    2. Dart2027
      Dart2027 15 September 2018 16: 15
      +20
      Quote: Puncher
      The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers

      Arctech Helsinki Shipyard shipyard in Finland - 100% owned by United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC).
      1. Dashout
        Dashout 15 September 2018 17: 04
        +5
        Quote: Dart2027
        Arctech Helsinki Shipyard shipyard in Finland - 100% owned by United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC).

        Well, what the hell is she doing there? Let him move home ... We swear that the GDP is not growing, but here that ...
      2. Opera
        Opera 15 September 2018 17: 08
        +5
        Comrade did not think. Very in a hurry with a fly in the ointment ...)
      3. tlauicol
        tlauicol 15 September 2018 18: 36
        +5
        this is not true. USC sniffed with this company only in the year 11, when it arose. Finnish-built icebreakers are not related to the USC, as are Polish BDKs, German, Dutch or Korean ships
        1. Dart2027
          Dart2027 15 September 2018 21: 03
          -3
          Quote: Tlauicol
          this is not true. USC sniffed with this company only in the year 11, when it arose. Finnish-built icebreakers have no relation to USC

          Then what exactly "most of our icebreakers" are we talking about?
          1. tlauicol
            tlauicol 16 September 2018 04: 44
            +1
            Quote: Dart2027
            Quote: Tlauicol
            this is not true. USC sniffed with this company only in the year 11, when it arose. Finnish-built icebreakers have no relation to USC

            Then what exactly "most of our icebreakers" are we talking about?

            they built us Finnish icebreakers earlier than the USC formed, which is not clear?
            1. Dart2027
              Dart2027 16 September 2018 06: 52
              0
              Quote: Tlauicol
              Finnish icebreakers they built for us before

              In the 50-60s? You claim that now most of our icebreakers are built there. Can I be more specific?
              1. tlauicol
                tlauicol 16 September 2018 08: 02
                0
                Quote: Dart2027
                Quote: Tlauicol
                Finnish icebreakers they built for us before

                In the 50-60s? You claim that now most of our icebreakers are built there. Can I be more specific?

                ??? Where do I say this?
                1. Dart2027
                  Dart2027 16 September 2018 11: 13
                  0
                  Quote: Tlauicol
                  Where am I claiming this

                  Judging by your post, you support the statement that
                  Quote: Puncher
                  The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers will they also be subject to restrictions?
                  1. tlauicol
                    tlauicol 16 September 2018 14: 34
                    +1
                    ask a question to the Puncher. However, if we add icebreakers and icebreaking ships to the Finnish, the Canadian Polish Norwegian Korean Romanian Swedish Dutch German, etc. buildings ... we will ride tourists on the four nuclear powered ships
                    1. Dart2027
                      Dart2027 16 September 2018 15: 19
                      0
                      Quote: Tlauicol
                      However, if you add icebreakers and icebreaking ships to the Finnish

                      Baltic and Vyborsk factories, Admiralty shipyards.
                      1. tlauicol
                        tlauicol 16 September 2018 15: 23
                        0
                        https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ледоколы_России#Байкальские_ледоколы

                        in principle, if not laziness, you can count the current ships. I will accept any result
      4. Dikson
        Dikson 16 September 2018 07: 15
        +2
        Old men, such as Krasin, Ermak, Captain Nikolaev and Captain Dranitsyn, and all who even earlier -
        were built at the shipyard of Värtsilä in Finland
        1. Dart2027
          Dart2027 16 September 2018 12: 37
          +1
          Quote: Dikson
          Krasin, Ermak, Captain Nikolaev and Captain Dranitsyn

          That is, there are only seven - four types "Captain Sorokin" and three "Ermak", "Makarov", "Krasin". Moreover, the first four were generally not intended for the northern sea route. Well, what is the majority?
    3. Tusv
      Tusv 15 September 2018 18: 00
      +1
      Quote: Puncher
      The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers will they also be subject to restrictions?

      And all the gas carriers for Sabetta South Korean and what? Certificates for ships in the Arctic zone, where are they issued? And permission for the shipyard that build ships for the Arctic zone, in the same place. Did not receive a certificate - walk Vasya through Suez hi
      1. Deck
        Deck 17 September 2018 07: 09
        0
        Certificates for ships in the Arctic zone, where are they issued?

        Classification societies, IACS members. There are 12. There are at least four class PC1 and higher.
    4. Sarmat Sanych
      Sarmat Sanych 15 September 2018 19: 12
      -1
      All atomic icebreakers of our construction, and indeed atomic icebreakers no one else on Earth are able to build
    5. Deck
      Deck 17 September 2018 07: 00
      0
      Without nuclear icebreakers, together with tugboats and ice class suppliers, we have 12 units of domestic construction and 45 of foreign construction (mainly Wärtsilä). I could have missed someone, but mostly for sure.
  4. KVU-NSVD
    KVU-NSVD 15 September 2018 15: 56
    +12
    The Northern Sea Route has been open for international shipping since 1991.
    Damn year of our history
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 15 September 2018 16: 33
      +2
      [quote = КВУ-НСвД] [/ quote] Damn year of our history [/ quote] Victor, apparently you mixed up with 1993. In 1991, everything could still be fixed, though G. Zhukov wasn’t found then ... For those. who remembers how we lived before!
  5. bald
    bald 15 September 2018 16: 12
    +3
    Lord, Timely. so it should be - naturally. But to protect your borders, you need resources.
    . .
  6. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 15 September 2018 16: 15
    +6
    Sharp! But expected. There is one more thing worth doing. In order to "penetrate" deeper. And not to your detriment!
    1. denart50
      denart50 15 September 2018 17: 30
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      There’s something else to do.


      And so the Arctic is being mastered ... air defense-missile defense-radar, airfields, "Bastions", etc., are being deployed, restored ... good
  7. Sadko88
    Sadko88 15 September 2018 16: 18
    +3
    The planet is round. Let them walk along their
  8. ANCIENT
    ANCIENT 15 September 2018 16: 33
    +8
    This is how the authorities are slowly correcting their own mistakes, when they naively believed that the West is our "real friends"!
    1. Terenin
      Terenin 15 September 2018 16: 50
      +8
      Quote: ANCIENT
      This is how the authorities are slowly correcting their own mistakes, when they naively believed that the West is our "real friends"!

      I remembered the film "The Head of Chukotka". A sample of responsibility for the assigned case. yes
      1. Jolly oldster sailor
        Jolly oldster sailor 15 September 2018 17: 03
        +5
        A masterpiece !!! There was a real prototype. wink
  9. Operator
    Operator 15 September 2018 16: 44
    +4
    This refers to the use of a navigationally equipped Northern Sea Route.

    Use of foreign ships by the so-called Northeast passage outside the territorial waters of the Russian Federation is theoretically possible, but impossible in practice - the minimum boundary of floating ice in August passes through the Severnaya Zemlya archipelago, i.e. in Russian terravods.

    In some years, the border of floating ice passes even further south - along the Russian archipelagos Novaya Zemlya and Novosibirsk Islands.
    1. Boa kaa
      Boa kaa 15 September 2018 17: 15
      +8
      Quote: Operator
      the minimum boundary of floating ice in August passes along the Severnaya Zemlya archipelago,

      Is that why China is building a nuclear icebreaker? Although for navigation and hydro-weather support you still have to pay, even if they exclude icebreaking support (provision) from the price list.
      1. Operator
        Operator 15 September 2018 17: 40
        +1
        Let’s build it - for piloting in the Arctic ice, you need to have a fleet of icebreakers and ice class ships, plus land bases for the icebreaking reserve, but so far there are no Chinese territories in the Arctic.
      2. VALERIK_097
        VALERIK_097 15 September 2018 20: 12
        +1
        Boa constrictor KAA, here is a very dark beginning of the story with the purchase of 4 KLT-40s, somehow it is necessary to link the sale of a / l "Siberia" with the unloaded PPU (to an unknown customer)))), 2 OK-900, the size is just under the KLT , so that China may have two icebreakers. But "Siberia" rests on a huge amount of work on decontamination.
        Arktika is on its way, but there is also far from ice
  10. Ros 56
    Ros 56 15 September 2018 16: 51
    +3
    The Lord heard my prayers, I have been repeating about this for a long time, not to hell with strangers hanging around our gardens.
    1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
      Andrei from Chelyabinsk 15 September 2018 17: 08
      +7
      Quote: Ros 56
      The Lord heard my prayers, I have been repeating about this for a long time, not to hell with strangers hanging around our gardens.

      Who's hanging around? :)))) The Northern Sea Route is the transportation of Norilsk Nickel, Gazprom, Lukoil, Rosneft, Rosshelf and the centralized Northern Delivery. Foreigners hardly carry their goods on this route. then it is correct, of course, that only we will carry, but ... it will infringe on the interests of several foreign carrier companies, and even then not too much.
      1. Ros 56
        Ros 56 15 September 2018 17: 11
        +1
        UNTIL, they do not carry, already striped in full growth fussed.
        1. Jolly oldster sailor
          Jolly oldster sailor 15 September 2018 17: 15
          0
          They didn’t get busted; Andrei, who is from Chelyaba, painted beautifully ... hi
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    4. tlauicol
      tlauicol 15 September 2018 17: 28
      +3
      we are there, on the NSR we carry our submarines on foreign cars - the same Finnish Trans-Shelf, for example - what, we won’t let them in? stop
  11. denart50
    denart50 15 September 2018 17: 12
    +8
    "The Northern Sea Route is Russian coastal waters and ships of Russian construction or under the Russian flag should sail there, and, introducing a restriction on the passage of ships of foreign construction, Russia primarily protects its shipbuilders "...

    Hmm ... I’m always confused by this phrase ... For that matter, there are not so many ships with us domestic construction... Even with the powerful Soviet Union, the Poles, Germans and Finns earned with all their might on the construction of ships of various types and projects for the USSR ...
    Somehow, these public people need to correctly "formalize" such speeches, including from the legal side ...
    And so - God help ... Even the fact that the three icebreakers decided to build in the Far East is also good ... Even if the first pancake is lumpy-raw, but what kind of help will be in shipping in the Far East and the North ... hi
  12. Corn
    Corn 15 September 2018 17: 15
    +1
    It sounds interesting, the question is how much does this comply with the law of the sea?
    The northern sea route does not pass directly through the Russian territorial waters (if you look at the route on the map), the Bering Strait has also not been completely Russian for many decades.
    1. Ros 56
      Ros 56 15 September 2018 18: 27
      +1
      It sounds interesting, the question is how much does this comply with the law of the sea?

      If only this corresponded to the interests of our country, but about all rights you tell striped people, they love to flog all crap on this subject, and they themselves use bombs and missiles for these very rights.
      1. Corn
        Corn 15 September 2018 18: 39
        0
        The country's interests are to make it strong and prosperous, so that people strive to live in it, and not run away from it at the first opportunity. The situation of Venezuela, Iran and the DPRK is clearly not in the interests of our country.
        “Foreign-built ships” in this article refers specifically to China. Do you want Russia to quarrel with China as well?
  13. Suhow
    Suhow 15 September 2018 17: 30
    0
    For a long time, it's time to show your teeth to partners.
  14. Darth gazgkull
    Darth gazgkull 15 September 2018 17: 47
    0
    Our Northern Sea Route - we do what we want!
  15. Conductor
    Conductor 15 September 2018 18: 16
    +2
    and then your own ships will be enough?
  16. ROBIN-SON
    ROBIN-SON 15 September 2018 18: 25
    +5
    It’s strange. It seems to be built as a competitor to the Suez Canal. There are ships under any flag. Every day 20-30 ships in a convoy. Day and night traffic. Money doesn't smell.
    But ships of any class can go through Suez. Through the NSR, only ice. Yes, and they sometimes wipe the ice and they need an icebreaker. So the convoy should be small, which means that with intensive shipping, many icebreakers are needed. Heavy ice fields are usually pierced by a heavy nuclear icebreaker, but the ice from it is so large that a cargo ship can damage the hull or propeller. Therefore, they are accompanied by DE icebreakers, they break the ice into smaller fragments and they often have to take the ship "under the mustache" in tow. Piloting of ships along the NSR requires professionalism from both the crews of icebreakers and all those providing assistance.
    Foreign shipping companies do not have ice class vessels, and they do not need them. Naturally, the cost of their construction is more expensive. I do not know how much more expensive is the wire through the NSR than through the Suez. There, of course, savings on flight time, but they are significant. Foreign companies will gain experience in the NSR and draw conclusions. Of course, it is possible for Russia to build ships, dry cargo vessels, ships for the transportation of oil, chemicals, LNG and foreign companies will charter this fleet. But the question is, do we have the capacity, docks and most importantly people to service them, because a lot of the crew went to work under the flag for good money.
    1. senima56
      senima56 15 September 2018 19: 12
      0
      Until the ship is built in Russia ... it is already becoming obsolete! Nobody will contact our "shipbuilding industry"!
      1. ROBIN-SON
        ROBIN-SON 15 September 2018 22: 26
        +4
        Yes, this is not the main thing. Build only "boxes" Internals all imports. From diesels to navigation systems. Icebreakers (except nuclear ones) are built by the Finns. But if wisely, our shipbuilding potential is incredible. This is metal, electric motors, pumps, diesel engines, etc., etc. A ship is a house on the water. Everything is necessary. There are hundreds of thousands of jobs here. We do not have docks for a hundred thousand people, China has probably already built a dozen or so. Ship repair. Huge demand, shipowners are lining up for a year. Again, China and Yu.K. The five-year period of docking has not passed, the register will not issue documents and stay at anchor, eat up the money. That's where the breakouts are. The problem is with the managers ..... All the time we dance. Hopes melted ...
  17. senima56
    senima56 15 September 2018 19: 09
    +2
    This "idea" of sailing along the Northern Sea Route could not be implemented humanly. In our country, as you know, everything is done through "w..y"! Or will they introduce such rates for wiring that foreigners will still think - is it worth walking here? And isn't it more profitable to drive in the usual way (even taking into account the fees for the Suez Canal) ?! Or, now, not even started yet, we are introducing "restrictions"! In general, it seems that this idea "died without being born!" And our LNG tankers will sail along the Northern Sea Route!
    1. nickname7
      nickname7 16 September 2018 08: 05
      +1
      The government wants to do something similar to navigational acts, which allowed from the embryonic state of English trade to go over to control world trade and world domination.
      The law promulgated by Cromwell on October 19, 1651 granted English ships the exclusive right to import goods from non-European countries into England.
      The act was issued, on the one hand, in the forms of promoting the English merchant fleet, and on the other hand, to destroy the primacy of Holland at sea. The navigational act established that goods from Asia, Africa and America could only be imported into the UK on ships owned by British nationals, and their crew should consist of at least 3/4 of British nationals; goods could be imported from Europe on British ships or on the ships of the country in which the goods were produced or in the harbors of which they could first be loaded onto a ship. The import of salted fish into England and the colony was permitted only if it was caught on British ships. Finally, coasting was provided exclusively to the English courts.
  18. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 15 September 2018 19: 32
    +3
    Something I did not understand .... then they "introduce" restrictions, and below I read that "they do not introduce" "hard" restrictions ... that is, - "if you really want to, you can?" winked
    1. asv363
      asv363 16 September 2018 04: 10
      +1
      At first, foreigners will be allowed to enter. On favorable conditions for Russia. By Russian courts is meant loading our shipyards, an analogue of Trump protectionism. Plus an exclusive for posting ship caravans.
  19. Mentat
    Mentat 15 September 2018 21: 45
    +1
    Quote: Corn
    It sounds interesting, the question is how much does this comply with the law of the sea?
    The northern sea route does not pass directly through the Russian territorial waters (if you look at the route on the map), the Bering Strait has also not been completely Russian for many decades.

    If the NSR does not pass through Russian territorial waters, then Russia is not able to provide any restrictions. There is a direct logical contradiction between your statement and the news. How do you explain it?
    1. Corn
      Corn 15 September 2018 22: 53
      0
      Quote: Mentat
      How do you explain it?

      Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov is lying again / is mistaken / his words are not correctly interpreted (underline to choose from).
      You can easily see for yourself that SevMorPut does not enter Russian territorial waters.
  20. Brigadier
    Brigadier 16 September 2018 00: 04
    +2
    Done right ... but only for how long?
    I'm afraid that it will be, as usual - foreign firms will pay "who should be" here and everything will return to normal under some outwardly plausible pretext ... like "deepening international cooperation" ...
    EVERYTHING IS AS USUAL... what
  21. Anchonsha
    Anchonsha 16 September 2018 00: 38
    0
    Here it is Russia for the United States. Well, just acts like the United States to protect its interests. As they are now howling in the West, they are different, those with a double bottom, with double standards, but only, it is strange with respect to only one Russia, Iran and the DPRK, which do not keep up with politics in the same West.
  22. kig
    kig 16 September 2018 03: 25
    +2
    Russian President Vladimir Putin during a plenary meeting at the Eastern Economic Forum said that Russia invites its foreign partners to participate in the development of the Northern Sea Route

    Starting January 1, 2019, Russia will impose restrictions on the passage of foreign-built vessels along the Northern Sea Route (NSR), said Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov

    Well, and something else slurred about the protection of domestic shipbuilding ... But is it even there? Ice class gas carriers, about which newspapers and broadcast TVs recently wrote with enthusiasm, were built in South Korea. True, the flag on them is Russian. That is, now the transportation of goods by foreign vessels on the NSR will look like this:
    - Those who wish to use the NSR can apply for permission, and By decision of the government, permission will be given to pass vessels of another construction, other countries, . Until the government decides, those who wish will have time to escape from Asia to Europe and back along the traditional route:
    - Well, if you really want to deliver the cargo along the "shortest route", you will have to reload it onto ships flying the Russian flag.

    But in general, as always, our left hand does not know what the right is doing ...
  23. Ber
    Ber 16 September 2018 07: 44
    0
    From January 1, 2019, Russia will introduce a restriction on the passage of foreign-built vessels


    The good news laughing
  24. nickname7
    nickname7 16 September 2018 07: 53
    0
    Britain began with this by banning the transport of goods to itself by foreign ships. (Navigation Acts)
  25. Awaz
    Awaz 16 September 2018 10: 29
    +1
    traffic density there will never be high, and if you also prohibit "foreign" ships from going, in general, single pilotages will be carried out. Icebreakers will never pay off ... ports will drag out a miserable existence, and so on and so on ...
  26. nikvic46
    nikvic46 16 September 2018 10: 46
    +1
    Firstly, permission has already been received for foreign courts to pass for a year. I beg you. Do not class me as a foreign agent. "Nature taught our man to love the fatherland" -Prishvin.
    In short, I do not approve of all this gimmick. Only large companies will receive profit from the NSR. And as they know
    they don’t like to share their profits with the people. We’ll kill the North for nothing. They call me green. This is a direct insult. Because the greens, together with ufologists, fighting chemical weapons, were destroyed in our region
    a large vaccine manufacturer. With the help of this company’s products, we warned
    the occurrence of foci of infectious diseases. And they did not shrug their hands after the outbreak.
  27. Mentat
    Mentat 16 September 2018 10: 57
    +2
    Quote: Corn
    Quote: Mentat
    How do you explain it?

    Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Borisov is lying again / is mistaken / his words are not correctly interpreted (underline to choose from).
    You can easily see for yourself that SevMorPut does not enter Russian territorial waters.

    You write as if you understand something, but in fact you are mistaken, or maybe deliberately trying to mislead.
    At the same time, broadcast the point of view of the United States, by the way, that the NSR is a “public domain”. What for?
    Meanwhile, the NSR passes through Russian territorial waters several times:
    “The Northern Sea Route in many places passes through the territorial 12-mile waters of Russia, and Moscow has the right to decide who is allowed to go there and who is not” (http://portnews.ru/digest/18074/)

    There is a document "Rules for swimming in the water area of ​​the NSR", do you know? Enlighten:


    Section II, paragraph 3 of these Rules establishes that foreign vessels must obtain permission to pass through the NSR.

    Do not mislead people and do not write nonsense.
  28. serge siberian
    serge siberian 16 September 2018 16: 38
    0
    Well, as it grit, "we'll see" how it ends. Foreigners will continue to ride around. hi
  29. Dart2027
    Dart2027 16 September 2018 17: 08
    0
    Quote: Tlauicol
    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ледоколы_России#Байкальские_ледоколы
    in principle, if not laziness, you can count the current ships. I will accept any result

    I have already seen this. Enumeration of all icebreakers in the history of the country. That's only in relation to our time, most of them have long been decommissioned.
  30. shirkoled
    shirkoled 16 September 2018 19: 46
    0
    It’s high time, but they won’t introduce it, they will again find some excuse. One pipedzh comes from our liberals !!!
  31. RoTTor
    RoTTor 16 September 2018 22: 52
    0
    Reasonable.
    In 1930, the German airship was allowed to fly along the Northern Sea Route, and later the passage of a German ship.
    In the years of the Second World War, this got us sideways: German submarine mini-bases, weather stations, etc.
  32. Robin - Bobbin
    Robin - Bobbin 17 September 2018 12: 17
    0
    Quote: Puncher
    The funny thing is, most of our Finnish-built icebreakers will they also be subject to restrictions?
    It’s really funny if they have our flag on them, what does the place of construction have to do with it, and how will they be subject to restrictions? request
  33. Protos
    Protos 17 September 2018 13: 13
    0
    Quote: Tlauicol
    "Borisov said that the Northern Sea Route is Russian coastal waters and there should be ships of Russian construction or under the Russian flag, and, introducing a restriction on the passage of foreign-built vessels" and

    Learning to read, or in Ukraine managed to cancel the study of Russian in elementary grades ?? laughing