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Traffic jam in the Suez Canal has led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia

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Traffic jam in the Suez Canal has led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia

The blocking of the Suez Canal by the container ship Ever Given and the inability to unblock it led to the search for alternative routes to send goods from Asia to Europe and back. According to German Maslov, vice-president for the line-logistics division of Fesco, the carrier companies have requested a route through the territory of Russia.


The Fesco transport group, which transported goods only through the Suez Canal, in connection with the blockage, requested the transit of goods through Russia. The company's cargo, along with the cargo of other carriers, is delivered to Vladivostok and from there it is sent by rail to Europe.

Fesco alone dispatches 30-35 container trains weekly. The infrastructure of Russian Railways, despite the hard work, copes with the growing traffic

- said Maslov.

According to him, Fesco is increasing capacity on its shipping lines and rail routes in response to growing demands for transportation across Russian territory.

In turn, the Russian Foreign Ministry declared the importance of developing the Northern Sea Route as an alternative to the Suez Canal, the blocking of which showed the need to develop alternative routes.

In this regard, it is obviously necessary to think about how to ensure effective management of transport risks and develop alternative routes to the Suez Canal, first of all, the Northern Sea Route, the need for further development of which was highlighted by the incident in the Suez Canal.

- said in the message of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

As a reminder, on March 23, a container ship Ever Given owned by the Japanese company Shoei Kisen ran aground in the Suez Canal. The length of the ship is 400 meters, the width is 59 meters, and the carrying capacity is about 224 thousand tons. As a result of the incident, traffic on the canal was blocked, more than 100 ships are waiting for their turn to pass. According to experts, losses due to the incident have already exceeded $ 10 billion.
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  1. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 11: 49
    +10
    Kohl in Suez such a "chad"

    This is Putin's fault.

    "Dvizhuhi" no shit

    This is Putin's fault.

    And so on to infinity ... laughing
    1. xorek
      xorek 27 March 2021 12: 00
      +37
      The Northern Sea Route is at your service gentlemen and no pirates, everything is guarded and preserved (cold)! Even nuclear submarines can accompany cargo bully
      1. DymOk_v_dYmke
        DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 12: 22
        +16
        Quote: xorek
        Even nuclear submarines can accompany cargo

        A little more and the striped ones will ask to let their aircraft carriers through the Northern Sea Route.
        This is where the nuclear submarine and other structures will be in place. laughing hi
        1. xorek
          xorek 27 March 2021 12: 43
          +19
          Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
          Quote: xorek
          Even nuclear submarines can accompany cargo

          A little more and the striped ones will ask to let their aircraft carriers through the Northern Sea Route.
          This is where the nuclear submarine and other structures will be in place. laughing hi

          They have already tried to go there))) the result is lamentable .. laughing

          It's cold there, as the Russians put up with it all ..
          1. Mordvin 3
            Mordvin 3 27 March 2021 13: 47
            -18%
            Quote: xorek
            It's cold there, as the Russians put up with it all ..

            Uy, plya, Vitalya, Fomkin, as if you haven't eaten your ear today?
          2. tralflot1832
            tralflot1832 27 March 2021 14: 24
            +3
            But what about the fight against abuse?
            1. sergo1914
              sergo1914 27 March 2021 14: 42
              +4
              Quote: tralflot1832
              But what about the fight against abuse?

              It is necessary to pour plenty of alcohol. The ice will melt.
              1. DymOk_v_dYmke
                DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 15: 24
                +8
                Quote: sergo1914
                It is necessary to pour plenty of alcohol.

                The effect of external application pales in comparison with the internal one. good hi
                1. Vladimir Mashkov
                  Vladimir Mashkov 28 March 2021 12: 18
                  +1
                  Blacksmith! Strike while the iron is hot!!! lol
          3. Errr
            Errr 27 March 2021 17: 30
            +14
            Quote: xorek
            They have already tried to go there))) the result is lamentable .. laughing
            If you are hinting at the photo, then these are not Americans and did not reach ... smile
            In your photo, the South Korean destroyer Choi Yong (DDH-981) on a friendly visit to Vladivostok on December 18, 2014. This, it turns out, is possible with us at the latitude of Sochi. lol
            There is no need for the Arctic either. smile
          4. kig
            kig 28 March 2021 03: 20
            +5
            in fact, this is a photo of Korean ships that arrived on a friendly visit to Vladivostok in December 2014. There were still three thousand miles to the NSR
        2. Naughty
          Naughty 27 March 2021 13: 48
          +27
          The channel will soon start working Literally in the next few hours Yesterday a group of Ukrainian specialists with experience in digging the Black Sea flew there
          1. Piramidon
            Piramidon 28 March 2021 11: 35
            +4
            Quote: Vzdrincher
            The channel will soon start working Literally in the next few hours Yesterday a group of Ukrainian specialists with experience in digging the Black Sea flew there

            They say that they are already in place and have begun work. laughing
            1. Naughty
              Naughty 28 March 2021 14: 05
              0
              Th immediately did not guess to call the Ukrainian specialists? fool boobies lol
          2. smart ass
            smart ass 29 March 2021 10: 49
            +1
            These are the specialists who built Atlantis and defeated Russia ?!
            1. Naughty
              Naughty 29 March 2021 18: 13
              0
              well yes! those same wink laughing
        3. gurzuf
          gurzuf 27 March 2021 14: 05
          0
          Hmm! I think then naval mines from the times of the Second World War will be in demand ... in large quantities and, preferably, of Hitler's Prospect. hi
      2. figwam
        figwam 27 March 2021 13: 54
        +11
        Quote: xorek
        Northern Sea Route at your service gentlemen and no pirates

        I'm waiting for when we are declared to be the culprits of this crisis.
      3. Alien From
        Alien From 27 March 2021 14: 16
        +4
        I wonder if the captain will find traces of the "newbie" ?? bully
        1. DymOk_v_dYmke
          DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 15: 30
          +6
          Quote: Alien From
          I wonder if the captain will find traces of the "newbie" ??

          Will the captain himself be found yet?
          It's time for him to quickly rip the claws of the Somali pirates and get lost among them forever. hi
          1. Alien From
            Alien From 27 March 2021 15: 52
            +4
            Very much like this wassat
          2. smart ass
            smart ass 29 March 2021 10: 50
            0
            The captain himself probably works in the FSB
      4. smart ass
        smart ass 29 March 2021 10: 48
        0
        Appl escort for a fee!
    2. Maz
      Maz 27 March 2021 12: 06
      +30
      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      Kohl in Suez such a "chad"
      This is Putin's fault.
      "Dvizhuhi" no shit
      This is Putin's fault.
      And so on to infinity ... laughing

      It somehow got stuck in time, just set up the icebreakers, and brought the troops to the Arctic, the bases were created from scratch, the airfields were put in order, again, warming and thinner ice ... And here on you Suez, which was traditionally built, owned and indirectly the Anglo-Saxons were driving - bam and hung. Here, either the Lord respects us, or he respects the First Main Directorate of the General Staff.
      1. Hunter 2
        Hunter 2 27 March 2021 12: 17
        +19
        In fact, an excellent situation for the development of the Northern Sea Route has been created! Having passed it once, both shipowners and shippers will feel the advantages of Our route. Well, as they say - the Good Way!
        1. alexmach
          alexmach 27 March 2021 12: 31
          +18
          A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month. And the development of the NSR takes years and infrastructure investments.
          1. Hunter 2
            Hunter 2 27 March 2021 12: 34
            +14
            Quote: alexmach
            A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month. And the development of the NSR takes years and infrastructure investments.

            And we also need money, which is now being earned! Infrastructure will not arise out of nothing!
            1. tralflot1832
              tralflot1832 27 March 2021 14: 29
              +7
              Let it be known to you, Rosatom is responsible for the development of the NSR. The other day it presented an innovative system for controlling traffic along the NSR.
          2. Insurgent
            Insurgent 27 March 2021 12: 46
            +38
            Quote: alexmach
            A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month.


            Something, and "butted" the container ship decently yes , to the very bulb ...









            1. tralflot1832
              tralflot1832 27 March 2021 17: 22
              0
              Of course, thanks for the work that you presented this ideal. And you noticed in the photo of the bulb the right and left sides differ by half a meter, along the waterline for loading.
          3. DymOk_v_dYmke
            DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 15: 32
            +1
            Quote: alexmach
            A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month.

            Where are the guarantees from regular repetitions?
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 27 March 2021 16: 38
              +3
              How about the operating history of this channel?
              1. DymOk_v_dYmke
                DymOk_v_dYmke 28 March 2021 14: 31
                0
                Quote: alexmach
                How about the operating history of this channel?

                Studying history is useful,
                its extrapolation is almost hopeless. hi
          4. Maz
            Maz 27 March 2021 17: 52
            +1
            Quote: alexmach
            A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month. And the development of the NSR takes years and infrastructure investments.

            are already laying fiber-optic cable along the NSR. The connection will be reliable.
          5. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 27 March 2021 21: 40
            +2
            Quote: alexmach
            A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month. And the development of the NSR takes years and infrastructure investments.

            Hmm. Here they stuck in only for a week, and the losses have already exceeded 10 billion dollars. The pendulum of prices for oil, gas and other crap swung strongly in the direction of growth, despite the fact that no one announces the date of the solution of the problem, i.e. it can be solved in three days, three weeks, three months, etc. And the BABOS drip, the goods go bad, etc. And here, pfff - here's the sevmorput for you, go and pay a little for the pilot and icebreaker escort, which greatly reduces costs. There are icebreakers, practice too. What's the point of sticking around the neck of the Suez Canal? Even if this trough did not block this artery, then it would have to be invented !!!, but here it is as a gift !!!
            1. alexmach
              alexmach 27 March 2021 23: 11
              +4
              Here they stuck in only for a week, and the losses have already exceeded 10 billion dollars.

              We have not passed it yet, these are only forecasted losses.
              despite the fact that no one announces the date of the solution to the problem

              Well, like they said the same in the region of two weeks.
              three months

              In three months it can be removed not from the shallows, but disassembled on the spot on the scrap metal. They will suffer a little and take it away.
              And the BABOS drip, the goods go bad

              What other goods are spoiled? perishable by sea through the Suez Canal is not carried.
              And here, pfff - here's the sevmorput for you, go

              How much higher navigation on the Northern Sea Route do they write, 4 months a year?
              pay for pilotage and icebreaker escort, which greatly reduces costs. There are icebreakers

              Do you have it? Who has it and how much?
              And the fact that the ships themselves that would go along the NSR must have an ice class nothing? Even if you walk with an icebreaker. Well, not everything is so simple with the NSR. It will not work out there so just to take and walk.
        2. Cosm22
          Cosm22 27 March 2021 13: 07
          +9
          It would be better to lull yourself with such fairy tales closer to the night. Dreams will be more pleasant.
          Does anyone seriously consider the SMP an alternative to the UK?
          As children...
          Nobody asked themselves the question: why has this alternative still not been implemented?
          Yes, because the uncle's scientists have long figured out all the pros and cons. Of the advantages, an example is given only with distance. Moreover, the emphasis is solely on the mileage between the shoulder of Rotterdam-Yokohama. There are no other cities in the world, of course.
          But as for the cons ... There are a lot of questions about them.
          The period of navigable navigation on the NSR is 3, maximum 4 months a year (if you're lucky). What should customers do the rest of the time? Icebreakers to order? How much will such a service cost to the customer? So after all, not every vessel will be admitted even after the icebreaker, only vessels of the reinforced ice class. For the danger is not only long-term ice, but also an accidental iceberg or a large ice floe.
          Have you already calculated the cost of additional insurance for the customer? Or is she not needed? In conditions of a delay in the ice or other purely technical issues?
          Taken into account the fact that with the involvement of icebreakers, the overall speed of passage decreases? What, again, negatively affects the customer's wallet?
          Is the service on the NSR already debugged and is a global example? Or do you need to invest a lot of money in it? What is the situation with supply and general logistics, with hydrometeorological support, with emergency services? Moreover, not only in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Murmansk, but all over the NSR? In every port? Does anyone have any idea what kind of money needs to be thrown into all this in order to bring it into proper form? After all, it will be necessary to radically change the entire infrastructure network of the NSR along its entire length. With the possibility of repair in every port. Can you do it today? Doubtful. But you have to do it. A foreigner is not a compatriot, he is not used to poor service. And he will not lay out money for him.
          In general, dreamed - and will be.
          And the ship will soon be freed from the shallows. And all this sensation will scatter like smoke.
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 27 March 2021 22: 02
            +2
            Quote: Cosm22
            It would be better to lull yourself with such fairy tales closer to the night. Dreams will be more pleasant.
            Does anyone seriously consider the SMP an alternative to the UK?
            As children...
            Nobody asked themselves the question: why has this alternative still not been implemented?
            Yes, because the uncle's scientists have long figured out all the pros and cons. Of the advantages, an example is given only with distance. Moreover, the emphasis is solely on the mileage between the shoulder of Rotterdam-Yokohama. There are no other cities in the world, of course.
            But as for the cons ... There are a lot of questions about them.
            The period of navigable navigation on the NSR is 3, maximum 4 months a year (if you're lucky). What should customers do the rest of the time? Icebreakers to order? How much will such a service cost to the customer? So after all, not every vessel will be admitted even after the icebreaker, only vessels of the reinforced ice class. For the danger is not only long-term ice, but also an accidental iceberg or a large ice floe.
            Have you already calculated the cost of additional insurance for the customer? Or is she not needed? In conditions of a delay in the ice or other purely technical issues?
            Taken into account the fact that with the involvement of icebreakers, the overall speed of passage decreases? What, again, negatively affects the customer's wallet?
            Is the service on the NSR already debugged and is a global example? Or do you need to invest a lot of money in it? What is the situation with supply and general logistics, with hydrometeorological support, with emergency services? Moreover, not only in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Murmansk, but all over the NSR? In every port? Does anyone have any idea what kind of money needs to be thrown into all this in order to bring it into proper form? After all, it will be necessary to radically change the entire infrastructure network of the NSR along its entire length. With the possibility of repair in every port. Can you do it today? Doubtful. But you have to do it. A foreigner is not a compatriot, he is not used to poor service. And he will not lay out money for him.
            In general, dreamed - and will be.
            And the ship will soon be freed from the shallows. And all this sensation will scatter like smoke.

            I want to sincerely confess to you. that among your minuses there is also mine, although I very rarely resort to using this tool. You have correctly painted everything, but forgot about one little thing - if the NSR was deprived of perspective, then mattresses would hardly have been harnessed for the right to use it outside the jurisdiction of Russia.
          2. Mother Theresa
            Mother Theresa 27 March 2021 22: 18
            +2
            Decent comment, but:
            1. Strait of Malacca the length of the strait is 937 km, the smallest width is 15 km. The minimum depth in the fairway is 25 meters (strait 12 m).
            2. The Strait of Singapore the length of the strait is 114 kilometers, the width is from 12 to 21 kilometers, the smallest depth in the fairway is 22.
            3. The risks of collision with other vessels are enormous, the cargo traffic is monstrous.
            4. Border guards and customs on the NSR are Russian only. And through the Suez Canal you get tired of counting.
            5. Insurance is also a controversial point, pirates of Indonesia, Somalia and Houthis can also make life difficult.
            6. In addition to goods from China, there are also South Korea, Japan, Taiwan.
            7. Container ships moving from Southeast Asia to Europe repeatedly stop for loading / unloading along the route. A controversial argument to get goods from China on the way to being replaced by goods from India? There are no other manufacturers along the way. The logistics of such transportation is subject to serious risks.
            8. A foreigner is not a compatriot, he is not used to poor service. Filipinos. About 20% of the world's seafarers. Indians are approximately 7,5%. Turks. 7,0%. Chinese. 6,5%. Russians. 5,0%. These are the foreigners.
            9. Typhoons can easily paralyze ports. And they are a frequent occurrence in those latitudes. Everywhere has its own natural disadvantages.
          3. tihonmarine
            tihonmarine 29 March 2021 09: 05
            0
            Quote: Cosm22
            After all, it will be necessary to radically change the entire infrastructure network of the NSR along its entire length. With the possibility of renovation in every port.

            You have described the situation correctly, you can still add a number of disadvantages to it. It's just that people who did not work in the sea "in the north" find it hard to understand. To do this, you need to take a tour of the White Sea from the Tersko-Orlovsky lighthouse to Arkhangelsk.
            Well, the container ship was pulled off the shallow at night.
        3. xorek
          xorek 27 March 2021 13: 54
          -11%
          Quote: Hunter 2
          In fact, an excellent situation for the development of the Northern Sea Route has been created! Having passed it once, both shipowners and shippers will feel the advantages of Our route. Well, as they say - the Good Way!

          I agree, especially when Biden fell after Putin wished him health ..)))
          God of Russia gives carte blanche !!!
        4. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 03
          0
          Quote: Hunter 2
          Having passed it once, both shipowners and shippers will feel the advantages of Our route.

          Although the headache will add a lot more.
        5. kig
          kig 29 March 2021 03: 16
          +2
          Quote: Hunter 2
          Having passed it once, both shipowners and shippers will feel the advantages of Our route.

          In 2018, Maersk Lines drove its brand new container ship Venta Maersk from Vladivostok to St. Petersburg via the NSR. Venta belongs to a new class of container ships ordered by the company specifically for year-round navigation in the Baltic Sea and especially the Gulf of Bothnia, where sailing conditions in winter are very difficult. What ice class it has, I could not find, but I think that since these are specially built vessels, they should have one of the highest IA classes or even IASuper according to the Swedish classification. So, Venta left the factory in China (China - who would doubt it), arrived in Vladivostok, where it bunkered (that is, received fuel), and on 22.08.2018/3600/11 began its voyage. Before heading straight north, she visited Busan and Vostochny, after which she found herself fully loaded. Its capacity, by the way, is only XNUMX containers. At the moment of crossing the Arctic Circle, its draft was almost XNUMX meters - this is the maximum allowable for the passage of the NSR (compare with the draft of Ever Given). The flight took place in a mostly favorable environment.






          although the ice situation in the East Siberian Sea required an icebreaker escort. Be that as it may, on September 28.09.2018, XNUMX, the ship arrived safely in St. Petersburg, having visited Rotterdam on the way. The result of the trip is indicated in a press release from Maersk:

          "Maersk underlines that this was a one-off trial designed to gain operational experience in a new area and to test vessel systems. Currently, we do not see the Northern Sea Route as a viable commercial alternative to existing east-west routes... In general, we plan new services according to trading patterns, population centers and our customers demand ”
      2. hydrox
        hydrox 27 March 2021 12: 46
        +2
        The second for the Lord is somehow not comme il faut, but all the same - to ban something like this - neither the graduates of the State University of Higher School of Economics, nor the Chinese logisticians will be enough, how to live and how well done, and most importantly - on time.
        For such a good bribe that Russia will receive from this traffic jam, it will be possible to start replacing TransSib to a 2-meter track and have time to pour one prism all over Transbaikalia along a new track (the most difficult profile and rubble BEFORE FIG), without stopping the movement: if a construction the Chinese will take care of it, and we will build a huge construction college on the basis of this construction site in order to further understand what infrastructural construction is in Nevor's conditions. Only in the bosses, in no case, not a single one of ours, but only the Chinese, and in the workers - only the Indestructible Union, but not skakuas with the Moldovans.
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 18
          +6
          Quote: hydrox
          For such a good bribe that Russia will receive from this traffic jam, it will be possible to start replacing TransSib to a 2-meter track and have time to pour one prism all over Transbaikalia along a new track

          The idea is certainly good, but what kind of "bribe" and for what exactly will Russia get?
          1. hydrox
            hydrox 27 March 2021 14: 28
            0
            And how without a bribe, if all container ships are in the hole, and the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans will have to pay a forfeit under the contracts - it’s better for the Russian Federation to pay, and get at least a belated, but guaranteed delivery by TransSib.
            1. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 27 March 2021 15: 12
              +5
              Quote: hydrox
              And how without a bribe, if all container ships are in the hole, and the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans will have to pay a forfeit under contracts

              They go around Africa, it comes out cheaper than standing. And TranSib, logistics and transshipment (loading and unloading), will cost more.
              1. hydrox
                hydrox 27 March 2021 17: 30
                0
                Logisticians need to look ahead: there is simply nothing to put under loading!
      3. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 45
        +7
        Quote: Maz
        And here on you Suez, which was traditionally built, owned and indirectly ruled by the Anglo-Saxons - bam and hung.

        In general, the news is not worth a damn. Well, the steamer sat down on the shallow, let it sit, they will take it off. Yes, all over the world every day someone sits down somewhere.
        Steamships will be allowed around Africa, and there is no problem, well, the shipowners will have small losses, but they will not lose from this, but in any case we will not get anything in our pockets. So guys, "Mainay couples, turn off the boilers."
      4. g1v2
        g1v2 27 March 2021 17: 34
        +1
        Don't fire up the office. It's just a coincidence and we have nothing to do with it. wink lol
    3. Maz
      Maz 27 March 2021 12: 19
      +10
      For a laugh, we are looking for the largest transport companies in the world for sea transportation and with surprise or without surprise we state that at least 50% of the capital and shares in them belong to English, the rest is American and European capitalism ... "understandable without explanation.
      1. hydrox
        hydrox 27 March 2021 12: 52
        -1
        But what a tasty profit for us, and especially a trump card for the land TransSib, which the liberals are SO AGAINST laying out - it is clear for whose income they are drowning, they just want to serve on TransSib as clerks of the Anglo-Saxons !! laughing
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 27 March 2021 20: 40
        0
        Quote: Maz
        So, on whom the stuck “Evergreen” jumped out is clear without explanation.

        The wise owner, (who is also the carrier) practically does not bear losses, the charterer bears losses.
    4. RealPilot
      RealPilot 27 March 2021 12: 21
      +4
      And this is very good news for Russia!
      Growth of oil and gas quotes, an increase in the scale of transit of goods across the territory, advertising of the Northern Sea Route.

      You just need to competently take advantage of the situation. The time window is no more than a month, so here you need to forge iron without leaving the checkout! wink
      1. RealPilot
        RealPilot 27 March 2021 12: 25
        +7
        And in continuation of the news:
        Is it so RANDOMLY it happened?

        I'm talking about the trajectory of the ship in front of the channel in the Red Sea ...

        You can’t imagine! tongue
        1. sergo1914
          sergo1914 27 March 2021 14: 45
          +2
          Quote: RealPilot
          And in continuation of the news:
          Is it so RANDOMLY it happened?

          I'm talking about the trajectory of the ship in front of the channel in the Red Sea ...

          You can’t imagine! tongue


          Trident ??? !!!
          1. Alien From
            Alien From 27 March 2021 20: 04
            +2
            If not photoshop, then this item will suit the Anglo-Saxons)
      2. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 26
        +1
        Quote: RealPilot
        Growth of oil and gas quotes, an increase in the scale of transit of goods across the territory, advertising of the Northern Sea Route.

        And in reality, how everything was and will remain.
    5. Terenin
      Terenin 27 March 2021 13: 08
      +3
      As a result of the incident, traffic on the canal was blocked, more than 100 ships are waiting for their turn to pass. According to experts, losses due to the incident have already exceeded $ 10 billion.
      And who said that "Admiral Kuznetsov" will not be useful to us? winked
      He, only with his dimensions will serve Mother Russia yes
      1. DymOk_v_dYmke
        DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 19: 28
        +2
        Quote: Terenin
        And who said that "Admiral Kuznetsov" will not be useful to us?
        He, only with his dimensions will serve Mother Russia

        This is if you stick it in there / submerge it? laughing hi
        1. Terenin
          Terenin 27 March 2021 19: 43
          +4
          Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
          Quote: Terenin
          And who said that "Admiral Kuznetsov" will not be useful to us?
          He, only with his dimensions will serve Mother Russia

          This is if you stick it in there / submerge it? laughing hi

          Even without a U-turn! bully
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    7. Maz
      Maz 27 March 2021 17: 21
      +2
      If in the future these works do not help to turn the ship around and free the channel for the movement of ships, then a team of dredging experts from the US Navy base in the Middle East will arrive at the scene of the accident. Experts will assess the scale of the incident, after which the US military will help remove the ship from the aground. The American group is expected to be in place today.
    8. Tusv
      Tusv 27 March 2021 18: 19
      0
      Well, you have to. feats to hang on the GDP, which he did not commit. Here Sir Isaac Newton played tricks. We do not need here drinks
  2. svp67
    svp67 27 March 2021 11: 49
    +10
    Traffic jam in the Suez Canal has led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia
    Yeah ... it looks like the captain of the ship is worthy of the award ... wink
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 27 March 2021 12: 01
      +11
      Quote: svp67
      it looks like the captain of the ship is worthy of the award

      Shhh ... don't fire the Office
    2. xorek
      xorek 27 March 2021 12: 02
      -6
      Quote: svp67
      Traffic jam in the Suez Canal has led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia
      Yeah ... it looks like the captain of the ship is worthy of the award ... wink

      The Order of the Red Star is definitely worthy ..! soldier Well, and Russian citizenship for the entire crew .. wassat
    3. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 12: 56
      -3
      Yes, he and so, go, 2 liters of French horse ate, while he was counting the time before the minute! laughing
    4. Pivot
      Pivot 27 March 2021 13: 56
      +2
      The ships are navigated by pilots, but the captain is in charge of the incident.
    5. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 28
      +2
      Quote: svp67
      Yeah ... it looks like the captain of the ship is worthy of the award ...

      Well, then the first award should be received by the Egyptian pilot, and then by the captain.
  3. apro
    apro 27 March 2021 11: 52
    -19%
    The joy came from where they did not expect ... now we will live. We will raise the babla. We will become big people.
    1. xorek
      xorek 27 March 2021 12: 08
      +6
      Quote: apro
      The joy came from where they did not expect ... now we will live. We will raise the babla. We will become big people.

      You have a tragedy of course .. wink I sympathize ! hi
      1. apro
        apro 27 March 2021 12: 13
        -11%
        Quote: xorek
        You have a tragedy, of course.

        Everything is fine with us.
        1. xorek
          xorek 27 March 2021 13: 48
          +1
          Quote: apro
          Quote: xorek
          You have a tragedy, of course.

          Everything is fine with us.

          It can be seen the malice rushing from all the cracks .. wink
          1. apro
            apro 27 March 2021 14: 05
            -1
            Quote: xorek
            malice rushing

            This is not a malice, this is an experience that comes over the years, then the oil has raised hurray, that gas, hurray, that metal.
    2. bar
      bar 27 March 2021 12: 46
      +3
      Quote: apro
      Joy came from where they did not expect

      Envy it even more, yeah. laughing
      1. apro
        apro 27 March 2021 12: 59
        -8
        Quote: bar
        Envy it even more, yeah.

        С
        What to envy then ??
        1. bar
          bar 27 March 2021 13: 01
          +6
          Well, of course, "the joy that has come." I wrote it myself wink
          1. apro
            apro 27 March 2021 13: 02
            -9
            Quote: bar
            Well, of course, "the joy that has come." I wrote it myself

            Joy and envy are different things, and each has its own.
            1. xorek
              xorek 27 March 2021 13: 51
              -2
              Quote: apro
              Joy and envy are different things, and each has its own.

              Yours is clear to all of us and who is with you .. hi
    3. Grits
      Grits 27 March 2021 14: 26
      0
      Quote: apro
      The joy came from where they did not expect ... now we will live. We will raise the babla. We will become big people.

      Non-brothers would say - we will panic.
  4. BABAY22
    BABAY22 27 March 2021 11: 57
    +9
    Yeah. Everything suggests that it was not at all "accidentally" that this boat stuck there.
    1. DymOk_v_dYmke
      DymOk_v_dYmke 27 March 2021 12: 15
      +4
      Quote: BABAY22
      Yeah. Everything suggests that it was not at all "accidentally" that this boat stuck there.

      The grooves still need to be periodically cleaned, deepened, groomed and cherished.
      And not just exploit mercilessly. hi
      1. Pandiurin
        Pandiurin 28 March 2021 20: 50
        +1
        Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
        Quote: BABAY22
        Yeah. Everything suggests that it was not at all "accidentally" that this boat stuck there.

        The grooves still need to be periodically cleaned, deepened, groomed and cherished.
        And not just exploit mercilessly. hi


        Yes, like a normal groove in width, for swimming along. Sailing across, but the container ship does not pass)

        And so, judging by the photo, the channel is stupid in the desert, there is no infrastructure on the coast.

        Meteorological conditions, visibility seemed to be bad, sandstorm.
        Reminds how to drive on the freeway with the lights off in fog, if only the headlights are on the car from the illumination. This is how only the cloudy fog, a cloud of dust in front of you, is illuminated.

        Could have muddied some kind of lighting along the canal. Again, the iron pillars along the channel on the ship's radar would most likely be visible. Although I can't imagine what kind of display on the ship's radar ...

        But I agree so much that it looks like a ditch dug in the Middle Ages, and despite the passage of time, and the fact that a huge number of expensive ships with goods worth astronomical amounts pass through it, no one wanted to invest money.
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 27 March 2021 12: 29
      0
      Quote: BABAY22
      Yeah. Everything suggests that it was not at all "accidentally" that this boat stuck there.

      No Babay22, everything is much simpler. Greta Tumberg wanted the best, but it worked out as always. Remember the name of the boat? "Ever green". But that's not what I would like.
      Fesco alone dispatches 30-35 container trains weekly. The infrastructure of Russian Railways, despite the hard work, copes with the growing traffic
      I'm wondering what NATA will say with its 30 days for the transfer of its troops from Ameriga to Eurostan?
      1. Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
        Paragraph Epitafievich Y. 27 March 2021 12: 45
        0
        Quote: sabakina
        Remember the name of the boat? "Ever green"

        Ever Given is the name of the boat. Do you see this as a reason to pull Greta by the ears?
        Quote: sabakina
        what will NATA say with its 30 days for the transfer of its troops from Ameriga to Eurostan?

        You don't need Suez to cross the Atlantic.
        1. sabakina
          sabakina 27 March 2021 12: 48
          -1
          Quote: Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
          Quote: sabakina
          Remember the name of the boat? "Ever green"

          Ever Given is the name of the boat. Do you see this as a reason to pull Greta by the ears?
          Quote: sabakina
          what will NATA say with its 30 days for the transfer of its troops from Ameriga to Eurostan?

          You don't need Suez to cross the Atlantic.

      2. saigon
        saigon 27 March 2021 12: 47
        +3
        With all these four trains per day from Fesco, the load, in principle, and close on Transib does not reach the times of the USSR. So it is possible and another channel to plug the piece of iron will pull out.
        1. Simargl
          Simargl 27 March 2021 21: 53
          -2
          Quote: saigon
          With all these four trains per day from Fesco, the load, in principle, and close on the Transib does not reach the times of the USSR.
          Not 4, but 30-35. And that's just Fesco
          1. saigon
            saigon 28 March 2021 15: 06
            -1
            Monsieur 30-35 a week, roughly for a day, 4 compositions with a pretty penny, and in my memory this fez has never been full of composition, there is a decent inconsistency from different companies and believe me the fez is not the most massive.
            So until the times of the USSR, oh, how far is it in terms of the number of trains per day.
      3. BABAY22
        BABAY22 27 March 2021 12: 50
        +2
        Well, what will NATA say.
        NATA will scratch his turnip that the iron pot is much faster and will finance the bridge across the Bering Strait! wassat .
        About how!
        1. sabakina
          sabakina 27 March 2021 12: 53
          -4
          Quote: BABAY22
          Well, what will NATA say.
          NATA will scratch his turnip that the iron pot is much faster and will finance the bridge across the Bering Strait! wassat .
          About how!

          Babay, do we have only deer walking on Bering? wink
          1. BABAY22
            BABAY22 27 March 2021 12: 57
            +6
            Quote: sabakina
            do we have only deer walking on Bering?

            What about them?
            1. tihonmarine
              tihonmarine 27 March 2021 14: 32
              -1
              Quote: BABAY22
              What about them?

              Snowmobiles.
  5. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 11: 57
    -3
    Quote: apro
    The joy came from where they did not expect ... now we will live. We will raise the babla. We will become big people.

    Well, yes, if hands grow from the wrong place and are dumb in my head laughing
    1. apro
      apro 27 March 2021 12: 02
      -14%
      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      Well, yes, if hands grow from the wrong place and are dumb in my head

      Mainly about the Russian control system. Yes. Faith in a miracle. This is our everything.
      1. bar
        bar 27 March 2021 12: 48
        +5
        If a miracle happens regularly and according to plan, then why not believe in it wink
        1. apro
          apro 27 March 2021 13: 01
          -7
          Quote: bar
          If a miracle happens regularly and according to plan, then why not believe in it

          Wonderful things are your gentlemen ... of course they do not behave like a kid in the Kremlin. And regularly. Price tags in fresh juice are changed regularly. As well as at a gas station.
  6. akarfoxhound
    akarfoxhound 27 March 2021 12: 00
    +7
    From the open spaces of neta:
    "In connection with the blocking of the Suez Canal next week in Russia, housing and communal services, gasoline and eggs will rise in price"

    No, well, what? Such an excuse disappears! laughing laughing laughing
    1. apro
      apro 27 March 2021 12: 03
      -11%
      Quote: akarfoxhound
      Such an excuse disappears!

      You have all the reason ... and the people in the Duma and the Kremlin .. they do not sleep at night. They do not regret it. all thought. What else would the Russians do.
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 27 March 2021 12: 34
      0
      Quote: akarfoxhound
      From the open spaces of neta:
      "In connection with the blocking of the Suez Canal next week in Russia, housing and communal services, gasoline and eggs will rise in price"

      No, well, what? Such an excuse disappears! laughing laughing laughing

      Excuse me, but women of easy virtue too? recourse
      1. Alien From
        Alien From 27 March 2021 20: 13
        +3
        Only rubber, and only for Ukraine lol
    3. Alien From
      Alien From 27 March 2021 20: 12
      +2
      Everything can be understood ... but with eggs belay )
  7. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 12: 01
    0
    through the North Pole it will be even shorter
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 13: 03
      +1
      The profit for the speed should be considered when driving on the 2-meter track of TransSib.
      At least half of the tariff will be a plus.
    2. Terenin
      Terenin 27 March 2021 13: 36
      +4
      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      through the North Pole it will be even shorter

      And pirates, to the Northern Sea Route, cannot be dragged by any cookies stop
  8. K-50
    K-50 27 March 2021 12: 01
    +8
    The ship is 400 meters long, 59 meters wide, and has a carrying capacity of about 224 thousand tons.

    A quarter longer than an aircraft carrier in length and more than two in displacement !! This is foolishness!
    I just think that after this incident, the entrance to such galoshes in Suez will be closed. Downtime due to an accident bears more losses than profit from posting such a mastodon. what
    1. Lech from Android.
      Lech from Android. 27 March 2021 12: 30
      +5
      In the event of a military conflict, the Suez Canal is a very tasty target for shutting down the logistics of the Anglo-Saxons.
      If a couple of ships of the same size as this container ship are sunk there, world trade will collapse.
    2. Simargl
      Simargl 27 March 2021 21: 57
      +2
      Quote: K-50
      I just think that after this incident, the entrance to such galoshes in Suez will be closed.
      Now at least half of these
  9. Pereira
    Pereira 27 March 2021 12: 02
    -2
    Fesco is a Russian company - this is not yet an indicator.
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 13: 07
      -3
      Certainly not an indicator!
      It is important to know WHO owns, WHICH offshore accounts are stored and where the initial capital came from (and these are questions for the IC)
  10. rocket757
    rocket757 27 March 2021 12: 02
    +3
    The blocking of the Suez Canal by the container ship Ever Given and the impossibility of unblocking led to the search for alternative routes to send goods from Asia to Europe and back.
    ... So the expert explained that the most "advanced" industries work, as they say, with wheels. Warehouse stocks, for every fireman, do not have!
    Such, in the first place, and suffer.
  11. shubin
    shubin 27 March 2021 12: 03
    +6
    I wonder what sanctions will be introduced this time? winked
  12. Deniska999
    Deniska999 27 March 2021 12: 06
    +6
    “The longer the container ship Ever Given blocks the Suez Canal, the louder the voices are that now the Northern Sea Route (NSR) will be hoo! Lobbyists of the NSR cannot be argued, but just in case, a couple of words.

    Yes, the NSR is "shorter". But the economics of shipping is not limited to the length of the route.

    The theoretical "time saving" in the transport of the NSR is not about the speed of delivery of goods as such. For goods transported by sea, the speed of transportation is not critical. When they rest on "distance", they mean the fuel economy achieved by shortening the route time. But the decline in oil prices has already made marine fuel cheaper, and the “gain” from the “shorter route” has become less significant. But maneuvers while navigating through ice fields require higher specific fuel consumption.

    The passage of ships through the NSR is a significant operating cost. On icebreakers, on border guards and customs, and on increased insurance premium rates. The economics of the transportation of goods is highly dependent on the conditions of insurance. And these conditions depend on the risk assessment. And not only from the risks of damage in the event of a collision with ice. The assessment of the risks of sailing along a particular route depends on the completeness of the services guaranteed to the boatmaster and on the degree of their assurance. For the Arctic, this is not only icebreaker support, but also navigation, hydrographic and meteorological support of ships. And there are additional risks. There is no icebreaker at the right time and in the right place, and the ship will be idle - just like Ever Given is idle now. To be held hostage by the “NSR operators”? “This risk will outweigh all the 'gains from distance'.

    The most important element of the attractiveness of the sea route is a well-developed port infrastructure. For modern container transportation, it is not so much “speed and distance” that is important, but compliance with the schedule, the so-called. the principle of "just in time" (which is why now the problems around Ever Given). And the pace of the ship's advance is also the conditions of passage to the port, pilotage support, mooring, technical provision of the port. This is not only loading / unloading of cargo, it is also replenishment of supplies, bunkering, repair, replacement of the crew. The more ports provided with the necessary set of services, the fewer reasons for ship delays. But today there is one deep-water port on the NSR - Murmansk.

    The NSR is a complex system of seas and straits, the ice situation in them strongly influences the choice of the route. And even if shallow coastal waters become free of ice, the straits connecting them will seriously limit the draft and tonnage of ships.
    The depth of the Kara Gates Strait is 21 m, the Sannikov Strait - 13 m. Only vessels with a capacity of no more than 4500 TEU (Twentyfoot Equivalent Unit - intermodal twenty-foot containers) can pass this route. The container ship Venta Maersk, which passed the NSR in 2018, had a capacity of 3600 TEU. This is significantly less than the capacity of most ships crossing the Suez.
    Even 25 years ago, the capacity of container ships was limited to 5 TEU. But now there are about a hundred container ships with a capacity of over 000 TEU. Ever Given, by the way, is 18000 TEU. For such a colossus, if she suddenly go to the Arctic, you will need 20140 escort icebreakers

    Let's build ports, deepen the straits? What will you transport along the NSR? Container ships moving from Southeast Asia to Europe repeatedly stop for loading / unloading along the route. But no industrial goods "for export" will appear in the ports of the NSR in the foreseeable future, and raw materials, oil and gas are exported within the existing infrastructure.

    Will not stop? Do you know what part of the cargo traffic from the ports of China goes in transit, directly to the ports of the Netherlands, Germany and Great Britain? So, more than 50% of the total trade turnover of the PRC is the Pacific region. The bulk of China's imports / exports go to the United States. The share of Europe remains less than 20%, and to Northern Europe - about 3% of the total trade volume of the PRC.

    Yes, there is still a polar winter in the Arctic ... "
    1. poquello
      poquello 27 March 2021 12: 37
      -2
      Quote: Deniska999
      The depth of the Kara Gates Strait is 21 m, the Sannikov Strait is 13 m.

      Quote: Deniska999
      Let's build ports, deepen the straits?

      this is the territory of Arctida, it itself deepens by half a meter a year approximately
    2. Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
      Paragraph Epitafievich Y. 27 March 2021 13: 04
      -2
      Quote: Deniska999
      Yes, the NSR is "shorter". But the economics of shipping is not limited to the length of the route.

      I don't understand why they are minus.
      1. Deniska999
        Deniska999 27 March 2021 13: 09
        +6
        Today, in any situation, one must see a victory for Russia. If you doubt it, it means you are an enemy of the people.
      2. Victorio
        Victorio 27 March 2021 14: 02
        +1
        Quote: Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
        Quote: Deniska999
        Yes, the NSR is "shorter". But the economics of shipping not limited to the length of the route.

        I don't understand why they are minus.

        ===
        for it is not true, not entirely true, the length is the main expenditure item. SMP will pay for itself and earn. you need to calculate everything / invest / do and work. to each his own, something Suezu, and something SMP. Climat is changing
        1. Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
          Paragraph Epitafievich Y. 27 March 2021 14: 13
          -1
          Quote: Victorio
          for wrong, not quite right

          What exactly is the thesis?
    3. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 13: 14
      +1
      Calculations worthy of attention, but at least one third of the two-meter gauge of TransSib could already provide acceleration for especially urgent cargo for industries working from wheels.
      1. Victorio
        Victorio 27 March 2021 14: 15
        +2
        Quote: hydrox
        Calculations worthy of attention, but at least one third of the two-meter gauge of TransSib could already provide acceleration for especially urgent cargo for industries working from wheels.

        ===
        no one is against it, just water transport is cheaper. therefore you need to work with SMP
    4. Putnik119
      Putnik119 27 March 2021 13: 47
      +2
      And in the South China Sea there are pirates. And this is not the last container ship across the canal. This is the first one.
    5. Sarboz
      Sarboz 27 March 2021 17: 10
      0
      Quote: Deniska999
      For goods transported by sea, the speed of transportation is not critical. When they rest on "distance", they mean the fuel economy achieved by shortening the route time.

      A very controversial statement. The cost of passing through the Suez Canal is comparable to the cost of fuel that is spent on skirting Africa. Strictly speaking, this is exactly how Egypt's tariff for the passage of the ship is formed. Nevertheless, the traffic jam of 300 ships at the moment speaks for itself. For most of the traffic, TIME matters. Part of the cargo, for which the delivery time is not so critical, is transported in the traditional way around the African continent. For Suez is very expensive.
      Quote: Deniska999
      To be held hostage by the “NSR operators”? “This risk will outweigh all the 'gains from distance'.

      Is it better to be hostages of the owners of the Suez Canal? There is a lot of insurance there. And by the way, it was the insurers who flew in the most now. But not all the cat is Shrovetide ...
    6. Mother Theresa
      Mother Theresa 27 March 2021 22: 28
      +2
      Decent comment, but:
      1. Strait of Malacca the length of the strait is 937 km, the smallest width is 15 km. The minimum depth in the fairway is 25 meters (strait 12 m).
      2. The Strait of Singapore the length of the strait is 114 kilometers, the width is from 12 to 21 kilometers, the smallest depth in the fairway is 22.
      3. The risks of collision with other vessels are enormous, the cargo traffic is monstrous.
      4. Border guards and customs on the NSR are Russian only. And through the Suez Canal you get tired of counting.
      5. Insurance is also a controversial point, pirates of Indonesia, Somalia and Houthis can also make life difficult.
      6. In addition to goods from China, there are also South Korea, Japan, Taiwan.
      7. Container ships moving from Southeast Asia to Europe repeatedly stop for loading / unloading along the route. A controversial argument to get goods from China on the way to being replaced by goods from India? There are no other manufacturers along the way. The logistics of such transportation is subject to serious risks.
      8. A foreigner is not a compatriot, he is not used to poor service. Filipinos. About 20% of the world's seafarers. Indians are approximately 7,5%. Turks. 7,0%. Chinese. 6,5%. Russians. 5,0%. These are the foreigners.
      9. Typhoons can easily paralyze ports. And they are a frequent occurrence in those latitudes. Everywhere has its own natural disadvantages.
  13. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 12: 07
    0
    Quote: K-50
    The ship is 400 meters long, 59 meters wide, and has a carrying capacity of about 224 thousand tons.

    A quarter longer than an aircraft carrier in length and more than two in displacement !! This is foolishness!
    I just think that after this incident, the entrance to such galoshes in Suez will be closed. Downtime due to an accident bears more losses than profit from posting such a mastodon. what

    In general, it is necessary to deepen it and monitor this. yes
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 13: 16
      -6
      This is I.V. Stalin is not on these stupid Egyptians with his forest belts, which could hold back the sand poured into the canal, who live in the Russian Federation until they are dead, despite the fact that they are mercilessly cut down - there is no criminal punishment in the Russian Federation for cutting down forest belts.
      1. Paragraph Epitafievich Y.
        Paragraph Epitafievich Y. 27 March 2021 13: 45
        -4
        Quote: hydrox
        This is I.V. Stalin is not on these stupid Egyptians

        And here they dragged Stalin out of some kind of schizophrenic fright. Forest belts, damn it ...
        1. hydrox
          hydrox 27 March 2021 14: 36
          -5
          So it is written for those who are used to armored personnel carriers, but in boots ... laughing, and people even with a military education know which courses they are laid on and how it can be used (it was previously studied in the basics of tactics) laughing
          1. hydrox
            hydrox 28 March 2021 17: 17
            -1
            Read here, illiterate! https://vz.ru/news/2021/3/28/1091693.html
            The Saudi Arabian authorities are going to plant 10 billion trees.
            Hey, Admirals in boots, and why the sheikhs need to plant forests in the desert - can you figure it out ??
        2. hydrox
          hydrox 29 March 2021 07: 29
          -1
          You noticed that correctly: It makes no sense to talk about the benefits of green spaces to blockheads and stumps, and even if they are in tarpaulin boots, but on the sofa, like on a tank ... laughing
  14. From Tomsk
    From Tomsk 27 March 2021 12: 07
    0
    Two brigades of Svidomo Gaster go there - in an hour they will be stranded! In a day - a new sea will be dug! Only one "but", no ship, no goods.))
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 27 March 2021 13: 21
      +1
      The new sea - it is necessary to negotiate with the skakuas: they are large docks along the Black Seas, and along the Rostov and Caucasian mountains !!
      And put the Chechens on guard !!
  15. Evil 55
    Evil 55 27 March 2021 12: 08
    +1
    We do not mind ... let even one more be stranded nearby ..
  16. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 12: 09
    -1
    Quote: apro
    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    Well, yes, if hands grow from the wrong place and are dumb in my head

    Mainly about the Russian control system. Yes. Faith in a miracle. This is our everything.

    These are Prigozhin's fulyuganates.

    They broke down the computer vessels, staged a performance with an installation in the Red Sea, illustrating the European values ​​with figures on the water surface, and blocked Suez to the benes for sweets.

    They have fun as best they can, ch0. laughing
  17. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 27 March 2021 12: 10
    0
    With this container ship, the Americans even dock, not even having ocean tugs in the state. Where are you with your "Chiker". there is our corvette with escort .. Pivots, as you like the traffic jam in Suez. On the open spaces of the tyrnet there are a lot of videos of how these sheds play with a set of hulls on the wave.
  18. Operator
    Operator 27 March 2021 12: 15
    -1
    The most cost-effective Russian agency is the SVR bully
    1. evgen1221
      evgen1221 27 March 2021 12: 44
      +1
      Is it possible to ask him to arrange sabotage in the offices of Gazprom of the Ministry of Resources and Rosneft to reduce domestic prices?
      1. Operator
        Operator 27 March 2021 13: 18
        0
        No: SVR and the title have the adjective "external", so the popabol will grow exclusively over the hill, including in your suburbs - first of all, Naftogaz, then the Energy System, then Vodokanal, then everywhere.

        The USA wanted World Cyberwar - they got it (see the profile of the route of the container ship in front of the entrance to the Suez Canal) bully
      2. Prisoner
        Prisoner 27 March 2021 13: 29
        0
        What, "hands remember"? Forget not yet chopped off.
  19. iouris
    iouris 27 March 2021 12: 22
    -1
    Prices will rise, but transit is unlikely.
  20. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 12: 26
    +4
    Gy-gy.

    Yesterday there was an excavator in this photo.

    Diesel fuel yok ...  laughing
    1. evgen1221
      evgen1221 27 March 2021 12: 42
      -1
      Yes, no, tse Nikita the school field in Photoshop nigra painted for HYIP))))
    2. Incvizitor
      Incvizitor 28 March 2021 03: 42
      0
      It was necessary to have Ukrainian seafarers, they can handle it in a day.
  21. evgen1221
    evgen1221 27 March 2021 12: 40
    -3
    Does the captain or the operator's company have financial problems? And then there were cases when they were looking for and finding people to perform such tricks. A couple of times, even in America, performers were tried.
  22. Prisoner
    Prisoner 27 March 2021 12: 42
    0
    Thanks to the Japanese comrades for their understanding and support. "Where does the Motherland begin? With a picture in your primer, with good and loyal comrades living in a neighboring yard ..." (c) bully
  23. tralflot1832
    tralflot1832 27 March 2021 12: 44
    +1
    Well, it’s 21 years old, oil is uphill, Sputnik 5 is being torn to pieces, Suez was also blocked off. So, by the end of the year, the death star will go on.
    1. Prisoner
      Prisoner 27 March 2021 13: 32
      +2
      Death is not our method. A super vacuum cleaner for cleaning the atmosphere from various coves and traitors, yes.
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  25. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 27 March 2021 12: 56
    +4
    Yes, the load has increased in those parts ...

    In Eilat, too, a queue was formed. Oil suppliers, for those who go to Europe. requested an urgent transit via our pipeline from the strait to the Mediterranean. And here, today, the Holiday takes over ...
    By the way, Happy Spring and Freedom Day! Health, good luck getting rid of adversity. God bless you!
    hi drinks
    1. tralflot1832
      tralflot1832 27 March 2021 14: 02
      +3
      And you don't get sick from Iran!
  26. aszzz888
    aszzz888 27 March 2021 12: 57
    +2
    Well worth the piece! As strong as scrap in cement! laughing This idle time will still be burping for more than one quarter for everyone - both for those carrying goods and their owners.
  27. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 12: 58
    -2
    Although, I still like the option more, where under the excavator digging the bulb from the mega-barge, the soil "drove" and the earthmoving pushes the side of the container ship with full swing. What would be followed by a high tide and an epic boulevard right across the Suez. laughing
    1. Simargl
      Simargl 27 March 2021 22: 09
      0
      Quote: Gennady Fomkin
      epic bul-bul straight across the Suez
      He hangs there like a bridge.
  28. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 13: 04
    0
    Quote: apro
    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    Well, yes, if hands grow from the wrong place and are dumb in my head

    Mainly about the Russian control system. Yes. Faith in a miracle. This is our everything.

    ... The vessel is owned by a Taiwanese company. laughing
  29. Klingon
    Klingon 27 March 2021 13: 08
    +2
    Quote: Hunter 2
    Quote: alexmach
    A situation for 2 weeks is a maximum month. And the development of the NSR takes years and infrastructure investments.

    And we also need money, which is now being earned! Infrastructure will not arise out of nothing!

    the main thing is that these earned tugriks do not have time to quickly share in the bottomless pockets D "effective managers wassat
  30. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 13: 18
    -1
    Quote: hydrox
    This is I.V. Stalin is absent from these stupid Egyptians with his forest belts, who live until they are dead, despite the fact that they are mercilessly cut down - there is no criminal punishment in the Russian Federation for cutting down forest belts.

    The Egyptians remained those who built the pyramids, there the Arabs run them.
  31. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 13: 22
    -3
    Let the Mi-26 link be bought for unloading. Three of us can work at 400 meters. When they unload / merge, maybe three of us will take off the stern! laughing
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 27 March 2021 16: 17
      +1
      On this stuck container ship on board there are 20000 containers - this needs to be purchased for 100 Mi 26s.
  32. Soldatov V.
    Soldatov V. 27 March 2021 13: 25
    +1
    So a bridge to Sakhalin and a good transshipment port there asks for it, and then you get a full-fledged backup of the Trans-Siberian railway.
    1. Ugochaves
      Ugochaves 28 March 2021 03: 13
      0
      So the bridge to Sakhalin and a good transshipment port in the same place asks

      Don't write nonsense, there is Vanino and Sovgavan. And if you use the BAM, then it has a single-track path for the most part and there are weight restrictions due to the passes, and it works at the limit of its capacity. And if you drive through the Transsib, then it is more profitable to use Nakhodka or Vladivostok
      1. Soldatov V.
        Soldatov V. April 2 2021 11: 59
        0
        It's nonsense to sit with your mouth open and have nothing to do, or build yachts for 500 billion. The single-track BAM is the first stage. As far as I remember, the program on the second track and the second Severomuisky tunnel is already working. The bridge to Sakhalin was needed the day before yesterday. Money there is a garbage dump on Sakhalin. How do not arrest an official less than 5 billion no. Sakhalin is also a defensive fortified area. To get to the mainland, you need to take an island. For Transib, if it suffocates, the exit may be in the third rut. Work is not an open edge.
  33. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 13: 30
    -3
    Looks epic at playback speed x2 laughing
  34. Free wind
    Free wind 27 March 2021 13: 43
    -7
    If the losses exceeded at least a billion, the dry cargo ship would have been bombed long ago. And so, these are just the dreams of Zakutinsky.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 27 March 2021 16: 20
      +4
      And what will this bombing give - except that it will completely fill up the entire channel from this container ship with scrap metal. You howl "booth" correct before you write something.
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  36. Victorio
    Victorio 27 March 2021 13: 46
    -3
    led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia
    ===
    if this is real and not desired, then for some reason domestic capitalists are in no hurry to support the ruble.
  37. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 13: 55
    -2
    Quote: Victorio
    led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia
    ===
    if this is real and not desired, then for some reason domestic capitalists are in no hurry to support the ruble.

    Vitrio why do the Chinese lower their yuan? March 27, 2021 (today) USD 0,15 Change -0,002051 USD -1,34%? laughing
    1. Strannik96
      Strannik96 27 March 2021 14: 27
      +2
      Quote: Cosm22
      It would be better to lull yourself with such fairy tales closer to the night. Dreams will be more pleasant.
      Does anyone seriously consider the SMP an alternative to the UK?
      As children...
      Nobody asked themselves the question: why has this alternative still not been implemented?
      Yes, because the uncle's scientists have long figured out all the pros and cons. Of the advantages, an example is given only with distance. Moreover, the emphasis is solely on the mileage between the shoulder of Rotterdam-Yokohama. There are no other cities in the world, of course.
      But as for the cons ... There are a lot of questions about them.
      The period of navigable navigation on the NSR is 3, maximum 4 months a year (if you're lucky). What should customers do the rest of the time? Icebreakers to order ?.

      Such things require redundancy, which means redundancy, and in this case, fallbacks. And the NSR will be used. About: What is the situation with supply and general logistics, with hydrometeorological support, with emergency services? Moreover, not only in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky and Murmansk, but all over the NSR? In every port? Does anyone have any idea what kind of money needs to be thrown into all this in order to bring it into proper form? After all, it will be necessary to radically change the entire infrastructure network of the NSR along its entire length. With the possibility of repair in every port. our hydrometeorological support is developing quite well. Show on the map the possibility of repairs in every port after Singapore to Mediterranean? maybe only in Dubai there will be one opportunity. There is still tension with the rescue services in Suece, although we could have just tried a pack of bulldozers from both banks and put cables along the canal, a tug with the pushing or towing method has a small percentage of efficiency in this case. Therefore, the state invests heavily in the NSR.
  38. rotfuks
    rotfuks 27 March 2021 14: 15
    +5
    I recall that as a result of some military events, the Suez Canal did not work for a very long time. And somehow everyone did without him. And I remember that the USSR Navy carried out the cleaning of the Suez Canal from explosive objects.
    1. Kushka
      Kushka 27 March 2021 23: 26
      +1
      The Suez Canal and the Gulf of the same name are the shortest and busiest waterway on the sea communications connecting Western Europe and Asia. Immediately after its construction, the canal (its length is 160 km, width 129,9 - 152,3 m, depth 12,2 m) became the subject of claims of the imperialist states, which, even after its nationalization by Egypt, did not abandon their attempts to restore their control here. That is why they supported by all means the aggressive aspirations of Israel, which unleashed military operations in the Middle East in 1967, as a result of which almost for eight years[b] [/ b] this strategically important communications hub was disabled.

      As you know, in June-November 1974, at the request of the government of the Arab Republic of Egypt, a detachment of ships from the Pacific and Black Sea fleets demined the Gulf of Suez. The crews of the ships spent more than 6 thousand hours in minefields, having covered over 17 thousand miles with trawls. Soviet sailors eliminated the mine threat on an area of ​​1250 sq. miles and opened the bay to free navigation. “It was a real test of courage, combat training, endurance,” said a member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee, USSR Defense Minister Marshal of the Soviet Union A.A. Grechko at the All-Army Conference of Ideological Workers. - Soviet sailors withstood this test with honor, showed high moral staunchness and endurance at critical moments that have repeatedly arisen in the course of combat trawling. The military work of our sailors in the Gulf of Suez, which the whole country now knows about, and their contribution to the cause of peace have earned deep appreciation and approval from the peoples of the Arab countries.
  39. Lynx2000
    Lynx2000 27 March 2021 14: 37
    +2
    The Fesco transport group, which transported goods only through the Suez Canal, in connection with the blockage, requested the transit of goods through Russia.

    what What, you requested a transit? Fesco is the Far Eastern Shipping Company. Dalretrans is a subsidiary working with Russian Railways.
    Fesco alone dispatches 30-35 container trains weekly. The infrastructure of Russian Railways, despite the hard work, copes with the growing traffic

    30-35 container trains weekly ?! Please correct me if I'm wrong, but during the summer salmon fishing season, a maximum of 14 shipments per week by Russian Railways (due to delays and downtime) on the Vladivostok-Moscow route.
  40. sergo1914
    sergo1914 27 March 2021 14: 51
    0
    Well, I would have closed the review with multi-colored boxes. I couldn't turn around either.
  41. Pavel57
    Pavel57 27 March 2021 14: 59
    0
    Quote: Alien From
    I wonder if the captain will find traces of the "newbie" ?? bully

    It's time to read the captain's biography. In what kind of shipping he studied.
    1. Alien From
      Alien From 27 March 2021 20: 33
      +2
      Pastor Schlag- will come, I thought ...........
  42. Old26
    Old26 27 March 2021 16: 22
    +3
    Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
    A little more and the striped ones will ask to let their aircraft carriers through the Northern Sea Route.

    I do not quite understand: WHY?
  43. 16112014nk
    16112014nk 27 March 2021 16: 30
    +1
    ... more than 100 ships await their turn.
    According to the latest data, there are 276 vessels on both sides. To return to the normal passage regime, not only 2 weeks, 2 months will not be enough.
    1. 16112014nk
      16112014nk 28 March 2021 14: 54
      0
      Quote: 16112014nk
      According to the latest data, there are 276 vessels on both sides.

      A day later, on March 28, there are already 369 ships.
      "In line, bitches children!" ©
  44. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 16: 38
    +2
    Quote: Pavel57
    Quote: Alien From
    I wonder if the captain will find traces of the "newbie" ?? bully

    It's time to read the captain's biography. In what kind of shipping he studied.
    Marwa El Seligdar, the captain of the ship, claims that an organized campaign has been launched against her to question the ability of Arab women to work as sea captains.


    The owner of Evergreen Marine, which owns the ship, Shoi Kisen Kaisha later clarified that the entire crew of the container ship was from India. The owner of the ship has already apologized for the damage caused to world trade.

    The 400-meter container ship Ever Given, which got stuck in the Suez Canal, provoked a real transport collapse. He blocked one of the world's busiest maritime trade routes. Now the owner of the container ship is facing claims for millions of dollars.
  45. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 17: 07
    +1
    And at this time ....... laughing
  46. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 17: 10
    0
    Quote: apro
    Quote: Gennady Fomkin
    Well, yes, if hands grow from the wrong place and are dumb in my head

    Mainly about the Russian control system. Yes. Faith in a miracle. This is our everything.

    We are all witnesses to this laughing
  47. Gennady Fomkin
    Gennady Fomkin 27 March 2021 17: 25
    +1
    Quote: mordvin xnumx
    Quote: xorek
    It's cold there, as the Russians put up with it all ..

    Uy, plya, Vitalya, Fomkin, as if you haven't eaten your ear today?

    Take a bite and breathe smoothly laughing
  48. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 27 March 2021 17: 41
    +2

    The congestion in the Suez Canal has led to an increase in the transit of goods through Russia ...
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 27 March 2021 19: 26
      +3
      There is also the Northern Sea Route
      1. A. Privalov
        A. Privalov 28 March 2021 09: 32
        +1
        Quote: Dart2027
        There is also the Northern Sea Route

        Stuck poor fellow "Ever Given" has a width of 58,8 meters. Had it (of course, in theory) on the NSR, then even the most powerful Russian nuclear-powered icebreaker of project 22220 "Arktika" could not have carried it there, since it is only 34 meters wide, alas ... hi
        1. Dart2027
          Dart2027 28 March 2021 09: 48
          +2
          Quote: A. Privalov
          "Ever Given" is 58,8 meters wide

          And along with him, a bunch of ships are still in traffic and I doubt that they all have such a width.
          And now the icebreaker "Leader" with a width of 46 meters is under construction, so one can expect that in a few years there will be icebreakers for escorting ships with a width of 60 meters, but the SC will remain an area of ​​increased risk of getting stuck in a traffic jam, alas ...
          1. A. Privalov
            A. Privalov 28 March 2021 09: 51
            0
            Quote: Dart2027
            Quote: A. Privalov
            "Ever Given" is 58,8 meters wide

            And along with him, a bunch of ships are still in traffic and I doubt that they all have such a width.
            And now the icebreaker "Leader" with a width of 46 meters is under construction, so one can expect that in a few years there will be icebreakers for escorting ships with a width of 60 meters, but the SC will remain an area of ​​increased risk of getting stuck in a traffic jam, alas ...

            I gave this situation only as an example. Of course, in 20-25 years the movement along the NSR will become more real than today. hi
            1. Dart2027
              Dart2027 28 March 2021 11: 35
              0
              Quote: A. Privalov
              Of course, in 20-25 years the movement along the NSR will become more real than today.

              Well, it is now quite real. Another thing is that there really is something to work on and this is also a fact.
    2. A. Privalov
      A. Privalov 28 March 2021 09: 57
      +2
      In fact, there can be no talk of any increase in transit through Russia.

      A few words about rail transit.

  49. jeka424
    jeka424 27 March 2021 18: 17
    0
    to someone it was profitable to do it was visible. And why are they trying to move and unloading is impossible?
    1. A. Privalov
      A. Privalov 27 March 2021 20: 11
      +4
      Quote: jeka424
      And why are they trying to move and unloading is impossible?

      There is no infrastructure. No access roads, no cranes, etc.
      1. jeka424
        jeka424 28 March 2021 13: 12
        0
        by helicopter))))
      2. jeka424
        jeka424 28 March 2021 13: 12
        0
        marine crane
        1. A. Privalov
          A. Privalov 28 March 2021 13: 34
          0
          Quote: jeka424
          by helicopter))))

          It is theoretically possible by helicopter. Let's say a helicopter is brought there, which can lift a container weighing 40 tons. In order to somehow unload the ship, so that it surfaced a meter and a half, you will have to remove 100 containers. If you spend 30 minutes on each one (approach, rigging, flight ...) and work 24 hours, then 50 pieces can be removed per day ...
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  50. fa2998
    fa2998 27 March 2021 18: 19
    +1
    Quote: Deniska999
    traveling from Southeast Asia to Europe, repeatedly stop for loading / unloading along the route

    And the operator additionally has money. From each container. A lot of ports and full of people on the way. I think Bombay and Singapore are not competitors to our Khatangs and Tiksi.