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US Navy faced patrol problems due to blocked Suez Canal

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Analysts are trying to estimate economic and other losses for different countries of the world due to the fact that a dry cargo ship belonging to a Japanese company blocked the passage through the Suez Canal. Recall that we are talking about the dry cargo ship Ever Given, due to problems with which about 400 different vessels have accumulated on both sides of the entrance to the canal. Most are oil tankers.


According to analysts, the total losses to the world economy due to the blocking of the Suez Canal could amount to an incredible $ 200-250 billion. Already, the world economy is losing about $ 10 billion per day every day due to the fact that the world's largest sea trade route was blocked.

Which countries suffer the greatest losses in this regard?

According to analysts, the countries that are most economically affected by the blocked Suez Canal are India and the states of Southeast Asia, including Singapore, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Malaysia. There are problems with the transportation of goods, including oil and LNG.

At the same time, it is noted that the problem is not only in economic losses. Thus, they discuss the difficulties that the naval forces of several states at once have to face when carrying out their planned operations. In particular, it is pointed out that the US Navy faces the greatest difficulties in connection with the blocking of the Suez Canal. American warships of the 6th fleet lost the ability to carry out planned crossings through the canal. There are also problems with replenishing fuel supplies on warships and supply ships of the American naval forces.

In this regard, it is noted that "every day of delay leads the command to the need to revise plans for combat patrols."

US Navy faced patrol problems due to blocked Suez Canal


The Egyptian Navy also faced significant problems.

Earlier in the United States, it was announced that the dry cargo ship that blocked the channel (about 440 m long and almost 60 m wide) would be "shifted" on March 27, and the channel would be opened. However, this has not happened yet. A large-scale operation is underway, during which the dry cargo ship has to be unloaded in order to reduce its total weight and try to return it to a position that would allow it to leave the Suez transport artery.
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  1. Popandos
    Popandos 28 March 2021 11: 20
    +12
    It is now clear why the Americans so quickly offered to help Egypt float the container ship.
    1. Professor
      Professor 28 March 2021 11: 41
      -80%
      Quote: Popandos
      It is now clear why the Americans so quickly offered to help Egypt float the container ship.

      When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.
      1. Popandos
        Popandos 28 March 2021 12: 01
        +36
        Where in my message did you find a joke to laugh?
        Do not shake the air in vain, please.
        1. oleg-gr
          oleg-gr 28 March 2021 12: 10
          +14
          "poor and unfortunate" mericos. their patrols are waiting for the entire "world community", but they are unable to push some kind of dry cargo ship.
        2. Paranoid50
          Paranoid50 28 March 2021 12: 53
          +18
          Quote: Popandos
          Don't shake the air in vain

          Duc, Sokolov and his associates are here for this very purpose. yes
          Well, for the owners "pull up" - this is a sacred thing for the entire runaway party. fellow
          1. Sarboz
            Sarboz 29 March 2021 11: 27
            +2
            Quote: Paranoid50
            Well, for the owners "pull up" - this is a sacred thing for the entire runaway party.

            Tshchshch. In no case should you call them fugitives. You are on the slippery slope of racism and anti-Semitism. Another second and you will utter the forbidden word "emigrants". This is not so tolerant. These respected representatives of the civilized world call themselves "repatriates". The repatriate sounds proudly.
            And these are two big differences, as they say in Odessa. The information is apparently classified, but it is not difficult to guess that the parents of these respected citizens of the world were once stolen from their native Israel by the accursed KGB and forced to live in the USSR. And only now their children were able to return to "their" homeland. Therefore, the USSR and Russia may not be considered a homeland. And comrades "repatriates" are not considered traitors and renegades. Russia and Russians can be watered with mud without restrictions. This is their birthright.
        3. Aviator_
          Aviator_ 28 March 2021 15: 20
          +1
          Do not shake the air in vain, please.

          In addition to the shaking of the air, the smell also went away.
        4. Maz
          Maz 28 March 2021 16: 25
          +9

          There is a joke in every joke
      2. loki565
        loki565 28 March 2021 12: 07
        +19
        When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

        It is very commendable to protect your vassals, the deflection is counted)))
        1. aszzz888
          aszzz888 28 March 2021 12: 13
          +13

          loki565
          Today, 12: 07
          NEW

          +2
          When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

          Defending your vassals is highly commendable, deflection is taken into account)))
          So this is his bread, in the sense of matzah. wink
          1. Professor
            Professor 28 March 2021 17: 03
            -16%
            Quote: aszzz888
            So this is his bread, in the sense of matzah.

            For the first time in the world. Hurrah!!! wassat
            1. aszzz888
              aszzz888 29 March 2021 00: 29
              -1

              Professor (Sokolov Oleg)
              Yesterday, 17: 03

              -8
              Quote: aszzz888
              So this is his bread, in the sense of matzah.

              For the first time in the world. Hurrah!!! wassat
              Puppy delight hasn't left you yet? wassat pi.si. So what, and pork lard will "rise in price"? Look there, stock up in advance. tongue
              1. Professor
                Professor 29 March 2021 07: 59
                -6
                Quote: aszzz888

                Professor (Sokolov Oleg)
                Yesterday, 17: 03

                -8
                Quote: aszzz888
                So this is his bread, in the sense of matzah.

                For the first time in the world. Hurrah!!! wassat
                Puppy delight hasn't left you yet? wassat pi.si. So what, and pork lard will "rise in price"? Look there, stock up in advance. tongue

                For the first time in the world. Hurrah!!! tongue
                1. aszzz888
                  aszzz888 29 March 2021 08: 17
                  0

                  Professor (Sokolov Oleg)
                  Today, 07: 59
                  Looking at the daily, off scale)) tongue intelligence)) laughing your posts
                  professor (Sokolov Oleg) Yesterday, 11:41 -78%
                  - this is only ONE POST, one day. It remains to wish one thing - "You are going the right way!" Pi.C. People HE SEES EVERYTHING!
                  1. Professor
                    Professor 29 March 2021 10: 26
                    -3
                    Quote: aszzz888

                    Professor (Sokolov Oleg)
                    Today, 07: 59
                    Looking at the daily, off scale)) tongue intelligence)) laughing your posts
                    professor (Sokolov Oleg) Yesterday, 11:41 -78%
                    - this is only ONE POST, one day. It remains to wish one thing - "You are going the right way!" Pi.C. People HE SEES EVERYTHING!

                    For the first time in the world. Hurrah!!! tongue
        2. Prisoner
          Prisoner 28 March 2021 12: 27
          +12
          Here, rather, the protection of the overlord by a vassal. winked As the saying goes, "not so pan, yak pidpunk." laughing
      3. svp67
        svp67 28 March 2021 12: 10
        +17
        Quote: Professor
        When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal.

        I understand that you in Israel have ALREADY been told about this. And how much did you have a rise in price there?
        1. Professor
          Professor 28 March 2021 17: 07
          -8
          Quote: svp67
          Quote: Professor
          When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal.

          I understand that you in Israel have ALREADY been told about this. And how much did you have a rise in price there?

          Us it while it does not concern because we have direct access to the Indian Ocean, but since oil has already risen in price, it will pull all prices up. Those who here "in anger" write their posts in response to my comment or silently minus probably do not understand fool that another rise in price for YOU not far away. Partly for the reason I described above. hi
          1. svp67
            svp67 28 March 2021 17: 29
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            Partly for the reason I described above.

            Only partly, and the reasons for the upcoming increase are completely different, which you indicate here. At all
            1. Professor
              Professor 28 March 2021 17: 46
              -4
              Quote: svp67
              Quote: Professor
              Partly for the reason I described above.

              Only partly, and the reasons for the upcoming increase are completely different, which you indicate here. At all

              No. The price of fuel is included in the price of all goods, and with an increase in the price of fuel associated with an increase in the price of oil, prices will undoubtedly creep up. This is first and foremost.
              Import substitution and other distortions will also affect the rise in prices.
              1. svp67
                svp67 28 March 2021 17: 50
                +5
                Quote: Professor
                The price of fuel is included in the price of all goods, and with an increase in the price of fuel associated with an increase in the price of oil, prices will undoubtedly creep up.

                This is in other countries of the world, and in our country the price of fuel is associated with taxes and excise taxes. tongue
                1. Professor
                  Professor 28 March 2021 17: 56
                  -8
                  Quote: svp67
                  Quote: Professor
                  The price of fuel is included in the price of all goods, and with an increase in the price of fuel associated with an increase in the price of oil, prices will undoubtedly creep up.

                  This is in other countries of the world, and in our country the price of fuel is associated with taxes and excise taxes. tongue

                  I am embarrassed to ask if you make gasoline from oil? wink
                  1. vl903
                    vl903 28 March 2021 18: 24
                    -5
                    we have our own oil and gas and electricity and fresh water and minerals and fertile lands. Could the prices and untie. Only for the last thousand years have they been hammered into our heads that a decent person should not go to power, but the Varangians should rule us. Here the Varangians rule us as they want. In Israel, can you imagine that at a meeting of Orthodox priests your president will be held for a student? And in some countries this is possible. And he was there on his hind legs. Ugh!
                2. Hunter 2
                  Hunter 2 28 March 2021 18: 20
                  +3
                  Quote: svp67

                  This is in other countries of the world, and in our country the price of fuel is associated with taxes and excise taxes. tongue

                  Exactly good
                  In the cost of fuel at Russian filling stations, taxes (this is MET, VAT plus excise tax) now account for about 71% of the final price tag. At the same time, processing costs account for only 10% of the cost of a liter of fuel, the cost of raw materials - 7%, and the remaining 12% is the profit of oil companies and gas stations.
              2. Sarboz
                Sarboz 29 March 2021 11: 41
                0
                Quote: Professor
                No. The price of fuel is included in the price of all goods, and with an increase in the price of fuel associated with an increase in the price of oil, prices will undoubtedly creep up.

                You may not be aware, but fuel prices on the Russian market are already controlled by the state. Diesel over the past year has grown by about 1,7%, gasoline by 2,5% or so. Tragedy? Collapse? Have all prices skyrocketed after fuel?
                I would be glad if all other prices rose at the same rate. But alas, the state is afraid for the time being to take them under control.
          2. DymOk_v_dYmke
            DymOk_v_dYmke 28 March 2021 17: 49
            +2
            Quote: Professor
            Those who here "in anger" write their posts in response to my comment or silently minus probably do not understand that the next rise in price for YOU is not far off.

            The dynamics of price increases we here everyone understands. And the reasons too.
            Your joy in anticipation of these price increases is incomprehensible and inappropriate. hi
            1. Professor
              Professor 28 March 2021 17: 52
              -2
              Quote: DymOk_v_dYmke
              Quote: Professor
              Those who here "in anger" write their posts in response to my comment or silently minus probably do not understand that the next rise in price for YOU is not far off.

              The dynamics of price increases we here everyone understands. And the reasons too.
              Your joy in anticipation of these price increases is incomprehensible and inappropriate. hi

              Joy? Not at all. I do not understand the joy of some commentators about the blow to the world economy in connection with the closure of the channel. I can clearly see what will hit everyone.
          3. Reserve buildbat
            Reserve buildbat 28 March 2021 20: 02
            +2
            Professor, look at the map, suddenly the brain turns on. How many oceans does Russia have? And what time are the oceans? So it is clearly not for you to teach us on a piece of seized land, sitting.
            1. Professor
              Professor 28 March 2021 20: 32
              -7
              Quote: stock buildbat
              Professor, look at the map, suddenly the brain turns on. How many oceans does Russia have? And what time are the oceans? So it is clearly not for you to teach us on a piece of seized land, sitting.

              And how do these outlets into the oceans help you to reduce global and domestic food prices? How will this reduce the price of fuels and lubricants in the Russian Federation when oil prices will rise even more because of Sueets? Teach me.
              1. Reserve buildbat
                Reserve buildbat 28 March 2021 20: 43
                +3
                Prices in Russia do not depend on some Suez Canal, but on very specific "businessmen" for whom the gallows is crying. And the work and the existence of the Suez Canal in general does not matter to us.
                1. Professor
                  Professor 29 March 2021 07: 58
                  -4
                  Quote: stock buildbat
                  Prices in Russia do not depend on some Suez Canal, but on very specific "businessmen" for whom the gallows is crying. And the work and the existence of the Suez Canal in general does not matter to us.

                  I hasten to upset you. The golden years of the Soviet regime fell on the period when the Suez Canal was closed when petrodollars made it possible to feed and clothe the people at the very least. When the vile Zionists and aggressors gave Egypt the Sinai and the Suez Canal started working again, oil prices fell once and the raw material economy of the USSR was blown away, and after it the scoop itself was blown away. Today the situation is both similar and different at the same time. On the one hand, the closure of the Suez Canal is beneficial to the government of the Russian Federation, since high oil prices will lead to additional revenues for the "budget", on the other hand, high oil prices are not beneficial to the population of the Russian Federation, since EVERYTHING will rise in price again ...
                  So sitting on the sidelines will not work.
                  1. Reserve buildbat
                    Reserve buildbat 29 March 2021 20: 05
                    0
                    I live in Ekaterinburg. And I devilishly strongly doubt that the products of the Pervouralsk and Chelyabinsk poultry farms (the notorious eggs and chicken) go to us not 50-200 km in a straight line, but through the Suez. And VERY much somehow gets to us here exclusively through the territory of Russia, since it is produced here. And the suetz is your problem. It is YOUR prices that will rise, which is what I sincerely and ardently wish you. laughing
                    1. Professor
                      Professor 29 March 2021 20: 36
                      0
                      Quote: stock buildbat
                      I live in Ekaterinburg. And I devilishly strongly doubt that the products of the Pervouralsk and Chelyabinsk poultry farms (the notorious eggs and chicken) go to us not 50-200 km in a straight line, but through the Suez. And VERY much somehow gets to us here exclusively through the territory of Russia, since it is produced here. And the suetz is your problem. It is YOUR prices that will rise, which is what I sincerely and ardently wish you. laughing

                      Do the products of Pervouralsk and Chelyabinsk poultry factories (the notorious eggs and chicken) travel to you 50-200 km in a straight line on the holy spirit or on fuel? Does the poultry farm itself use hydrocarbons? And its suppliers plow, sow and harvest not using diesel fuel? Well, when fuel and lubricants will rise in price, what will happen to "your" eggs?

                      Quote: Stroibat stock
                      It is YOUR prices that will rise, which is what I sincerely and ardently wish you.

                      And yours too, CEP.
                      1. Reserve buildbat
                        Reserve buildbat 29 March 2021 20: 39
                        0
                        Professor, would you be so kind as to explain how oil from Tyumen goes not 300 km in a straight line to Ekb, but SUDDENLY through your "precious" Suez? I understand that you can see everything better from a Jew, so I ask, so to speak, "from the seats", otherwise I am here "from the balcony there is no fucking view" (c) L. Filatov
                      2. Professor
                        Professor 29 March 2021 20: 41
                        0
                        Quote: stock buildbat
                        Professor, would you be so kind as to explain how oil from Tyumen goes not 300 km in a straight line to Ekb, but SUDDENLY through your "precious" Suez? I understand that you are from Jew everything is better seen, so I ask, so to speak, "from the seats", otherwise I am here "from the balcony there is no view of a damn" (c) L. Filatov

                        Go through the forest.
                      3. Reserve buildbat
                        Reserve buildbat 29 March 2021 20: 43
                        +1
                        Go to the desert, you are used to it. And do not write nonsense.
                      4. Professor
                        Professor 30 March 2021 06: 40
                        0
                        Quote: stock buildbat
                        Go to the desert, you are used to it. And do not write nonsense.

                        The forest, I sent you, the forest. Explain the principles of macroeconomics to the construction battalion ... What was I thinking? recourse

                        PS
                        Blonde: "I don't understand why everyone is complaining about the rise in the price of gasoline? As I filled the tank with gasoline for 500 rubles, I keep filling it ..."
                      5. Reserve buildbat
                        Reserve buildbat 30 March 2021 06: 43
                        0
                        What kind of madhouse is making such "professors"? Humanly explain to you that Russia has everything you need and we, unlike your empty sandbox, are not dependent on the Suez. You only have a lot of sand of your own. Moses Vaughn, 40 years looking for a place where there is no oil. laughing
  • aszzz888
    aszzz888 28 March 2021 12: 17
    +1

    Professor (Sokolov Oleg)
    Today, 11: 41
    NEW

    -10%
    Quote: Popandos
    It is now clear why the Americans so quickly offered to help Egypt float the container ship.

    When your eggs, bread and housing and communal services become more expensive ...
    and when to wait for the apocalypse ?! tongue fool tongue Vanga you are ours! laughing
  • tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 28 March 2021 12: 36
    +3
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    Rather, matzo and forshmak will rise in price in Israel than eggs in Russia.
  • aleks neym_2
    aleks neym_2 28 March 2021 12: 47
    +6
    Isn't all this already being delivered to you via the Suez Canal? Then it is clear why the values ​​grow ...
  • Piramidon
    Piramidon 28 March 2021 12: 51
    +12
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and housing and communal services become more expensive

    Well, run to the rescue! Harness until your forshmak and matsebray have risen in price.
    1. aleks neym_2
      aleks neym_2 28 March 2021 13: 05
      0
      The draft force of the otkedov ... not Polish hired workers from the eastern border for an hour?
  • Winnie76
    Winnie76 28 March 2021 13: 07
    +8
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    Fi, how shallow. Think about the fate of Israel, Professor. The hegemon staggers, the environment is hostile, the vigorous loaves (which you do not have) are rotting. There is no full-fledged military industrial complex, the F-35 is received from the states, the Merkava is 70% foreign components, the submarine is from Germany. Blocking supplies - tryndets a kitten. You can't fight much with an automatics nowadays.
    1. vl903
      vl903 28 March 2021 14: 19
      0
      as long as the hegemon is alive, everything will be fine with them. they, unlike us, think far ahead and have secured themselves a lobby in the states.
      1. Lara Croft
        Lara Croft 28 March 2021 15: 10
        -1
        Quote: vl903
        as long as the hegemon is alive, everything will be fine with them. they, unlike us, think far ahead and have secured themselves a lobby in the states.

        The lobby didn’t save the Armenians ... but your deflection was counted, only the box office will open tomorrow ...
        1. vl903
          vl903 28 March 2021 15: 24
          +1
          Armenians don't get billions of war loans anyway. They do not get technology leaked, and this is also billions. The US Army does not harness them. so Armenia is not an example. But we, both at a large and at a small level, need to take an example and be consistent in defending our interests.
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  • halpat
    halpat 28 March 2021 13: 22
    +5
    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Popandos
    It is now clear why the Americans so quickly offered to help Egypt float the container ship.

    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    Why is there bread. Matzah as an imitator then you will find out. Piglets in Israel will have to be kosher if the cargo ship is not removed in the near future.
    smile
  • vl903
    vl903 28 March 2021 13: 29
    +4
    ha ha ha. they will rise in price with us anyway. For wild capitalism!
  • Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 28 March 2021 15: 04
    -1
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    professor you are again clumsy trolls, how in the Russian Federation
    eggs, bread and housing and communal services will rise in price
    because of the congestion in the Suez Canal? If Israeli Jews have flour, grain, eggs, fuel, etc. imported, then you do not need to impose your problems on us ...
    The Russian Federation has no problems either with bread, or with eggs, or with fuel and electricity, and whether there is a Suez, Panama or other canal, this does not affect us in any way ...
    This could affect our exporters ....
    1. vl903
      vl903 28 March 2021 15: 58
      -2
      The professor trolls insultingly, but it’s a bitch for sure. Have I licked Israel? - and friends and enemies should be studied and taken from them all the best. The peoples who were engaged in hats have died out on this planet. We also have everything imported. In the Samara region they closed 3 !!! poultry farms that produced delicious eggs and chickens. the cows are almost invisible. since the huge wine complex has been closed for 15 years. fields are sown every other time. However, the stores are full of tasteless pseudo-food. Cats do not drink milk. Synthetic honey. ISRAELI carrots, it is not possible to eat. The truth is more imported through Khabarovsk or caught in the Belarusian oceans. Therefore, everything will go up in price, and with the depreciation of oil and with the rise in oil prices, we will all be more expensive. Deripaska rightly said that this will be the case until Russian production is developed.
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  • Maz
    Maz 28 March 2021 16: 01
    +6
    Quote: Professor
    Quote: Popandos

    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    first of all, they have risen in price already in Israel, Mr. Professor - go to the supermarket, to the market and refresh your memory. Manufactured goods rose in price last month. Flour, eggs, milk ... arnona ... forgot Shaw? So I will remind you. Add about gasoline? It all started with him in January ... And again it becomes more expensive. About housing and communal services to add, kosher electricity? So we would sit and keep quiet on this topic. Israel will be the first to suffer. Half of the country in orders from China. Whose cow would bellow, and yours on this topic would be silent in a rag? Everything in the country is imported.
    1. Professor
      Professor 28 March 2021 17: 17
      -8
      Quote: Maz
      Quote: Professor
      Quote: Popandos

      When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

      first of all, they have risen in price already in Israel, Mr. Professor - go to the supermarket, to the market and refresh your memory. Manufactured goods rose in price last month. Flour, eggs, milk ... arnona ... forgot Shaw? So I will remind you. Add about gasoline? It all started with him in January ... And again it becomes more expensive. About housing and communal services to add, kosher electricity? So we would sit and keep quiet on this topic. Israel will be the first to suffer. Half of the country in orders from China. Whose cow would bellow, and yours on this topic would be silent in a rag? Everything in the country is imported.

      Not all. Imported guest workers like you who have forgotten about Israel's direct exit to the Indian Ocean. Have you forgotten about Eilat? wink
      Gasoline in Israel is tied to the price of oil. When oil was expensive a couple of years ago, gasoline cost almost 7 shekels per liter. Oil prices fell and the price of gasoline fell to 4 shekels per liter. Do you have that situation in Ukraine or is gasoline getting more expensive by itself? So now oil has risen in price again and, accordingly, gasoline has risen in price and pulled the prices of goods with it. Oil will rise in price and everything else will rise in price, not only in our country, but also in your native Ukraine and even in the Russian Federation.

      PS
      Is your daughter married to an Arab or is she still living with a civil marriage?
    2. aszzz888
      aszzz888 29 March 2021 08: 24
      0

      Maz
      Yesterday, 16: 01

      +3
      Quote: Professor
      Quote: Popandos

      When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

      first of all, they have risen in price already in Israel, sir Professor - go to the supermarket, to the market and refresh your memory.
      It under his nose he does not see and does not want to. It is much easier to blame Russia. Yes, and what income from this, not what he has. wink
  • Maz
    Maz 28 March 2021 16: 20
    +4
    The blocking of the Suez Canal could be a disaster for German retailers like Aldi and Lidl, writes Handelsblatt. According to experts, empty shelves may appear in a number of German stores by mid-April. It is not just retail that will suffer: the Suez Canal crisis will hit the German auto industry, as well as the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
    This is how the pictures of the collapsed world are seen - the Germans, the French and other Swedes with pots and pans at the ready in lines to the Russian field kitchens. And shout to Shoigu: - In line, sons of bitches, in line! Lord, and this is just one thrombus-container ship stuck in a "vital artery", how helpless and dependent on every sneeze this Europe. And they also teach others how to build life .. and spit through the word.
  • venik
    venik 28 March 2021 19: 09
    +2
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    =======
    That's when u you will rise in price ... eggs.... then we'll talk!
  • novoku
    novoku 29 March 2021 06: 05
    -1
    You don't have to be so pompous and serious. Problems need to be solved as they become available. Yayko and milk will rise in price anyway ...
  • Charik
    Charik 29 March 2021 21: 02
    0
    when all this rises in price (once every 3-6 months), then he grinds such a blizzard
  • Maz
    Maz 28 March 2021 16: 13
    0
    The rapid recovery of China after the pandemic, together with a shortage of containers and an increase in the delivery time by sea, made the railway transportation of goods to Europe through Asia and Russia more attractive for the Celestial Empire, writes about this Financial Times.
    The newspaper points out that Chinese manufacturers are thus trying to avoid delays in the delivery of goods to the EU. In the first two months of 2021, XNUMX freight trains departed from China to Europe, which is twice as much as in the same period last year.[B] [/ b]
    Sales specialist Nina Fang explained that the products are usually transported by sea, but the increase in the cost of transportation in this way has forced the search for alternatives. In addition, the main customers in Europe, for example Germany and France, according to the specialist, complained about the low efficiency of transportation by water and admitted the possibility of changing the option of cargo dispatch.
  • xorek
    xorek 28 March 2021 11: 20
    +2
    Close the Suez Canal and all the World Crisis! God has been on the side of Russia in recent years .. hi What ports have we built over the past decade! Welcome to the Northern Sea Route, gentlemen! Nobody will get stuck there, and so on.
    1. ccsr
      ccsr 28 March 2021 11: 32
      +13
      Quote: xorek
      Close the Suez Canal and all the World Crisis!

      Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
      Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 28 March 2021 12: 00
        +1
        Quote: ccsr
        Basharov and Petrov

        Basharov is the helmsman, and Petrov is the lookout! bully
      2. xorek
        xorek 28 March 2021 12: 02
        -2
        Quote: ccsr
        Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
        Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

        Everything can be wink They work beautifully, if anything .. wassat
      3. loki565
        loki565 28 March 2021 12: 18
        +3
        Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
        Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

        Maybe they just wanted to turn around, we need to understand and forgive)))
      4. tihonmarine
        tihonmarine 28 March 2021 12: 41
        +5
        Quote: ccsr
        Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
        Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

        Now it became clear how to immobilize the American Navy of the 6th Fleet.
        The costs are small, the effect is huge.
        1. aleks neym_2
          aleks neym_2 28 March 2021 13: 09
          +3
          And also to block off Panama ... and run to the Northern Sea Route.
        2. halpat
          halpat 28 March 2021 13: 48
          +2
          Quote: tihonmarine
          Quote: ccsr
          Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
          Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

          Now it became clear how to immobilize the American Navy of the 6th Fleet.
          The costs are small, the effect is huge.

          Also, the Panama Canal should be "bummed" (there is such a term in metallurgy) and everything will be fine good
      5. Ruslan Sulima
        Ruslan Sulima 28 March 2021 12: 43
        0
        Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

        Why should they be substituted? The container ship just has the navigation equipment "Transas". Therefore, they cannot pull it off the ground, the equipment resists, and it also gives commands to the engine room to earn extra money with the screws)
      6. Tank hard
        Tank hard 28 March 2021 16: 23
        0
        Quote: ccsr
        Maybe that's why they are planning to create our base in the Red Sea?
        Although Basharov and Petrov most likely have already worked there:

        Laughter laughter, but they can really blame the Russian Federation and the Russians for this. For there is a fashion for the fact that Russia is to blame for everything. [Media =https://ria.ru/20210328/voyny-1603128720.html]
        1. tihonmarine
          tihonmarine 28 March 2021 16: 34
          0
          Quote: Tank Hard
          Laughter with laughter, but they can really blame the Russian Federation and the Russians for this.

          It is also possible. A Russian sailor poured the Egyptian pilot (at the direction of the FSB and personally V. ..) a glass of sugar moonshine. The sailor went on to work, and the pilot put the "container" on the edge.
      7. alexmach
        alexmach 28 March 2021 20: 56
        +1
        There, if anything, in the Red Sea and the Russian corvette along with the tanker got stuck.
        1. ccsr
          ccsr 28 March 2021 21: 16
          0
          Quote: alexmach
          There, if anything, in the Red Sea and the Russian corvette along with the tanker got stuck.

          So our corvette will slam an anti-ship missile into the side of this container ship "by mistake" so that it finally gets stuck there - such is Putin's insidious plan in order to ensure the loading of the Northern Sea Route. Bashirov and Petrov is the first stage of the operation. An alibi tanker - we are suffering ourselves ...
    2. Nross
      Nross 28 March 2021 12: 11
      0
      You are just like a naive Chukchi youth ...
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5SnW4Ga1wI
    3. Kushka
      Kushka 28 March 2021 14: 56
      +2
      Nobody will get stuck there [[/ i] i]
      See the depths of the NSR in your free time.
      There are 7 meters, and there are 4 meters on the bar, and there are a lot of cans,
      and the further east you go, the more "fun".
      Ships and ships with a large draft on the NSR
      very uncomfortable".
    4. DymOk_v_dYmke
      DymOk_v_dYmke 28 March 2021 18: 12
      +2
      Quote: xorek
      Close the Suez Canal and all the World Crisis!

      If in a few days they cannot free the bulb of a vessel stuck in it from the sand,
      then this indicates that the fire service of the channel is below zero level. Powerful hydraulic cannons are crumbling the stone, not that the sand is being washed away.
      1. Kushka
        Kushka 28 March 2021 23: 26
        +2
        Ships at speeds of 5-6 knots are practically uncontrollable
        (the steering wheel is behind them, works in a jet of propellers). In the lateral
        wind, yes with such a windage, for effective control
        the speed has to be kept under 9 knots. Such a fool 220 thousand tons
        if it flies out even by inertia, it will come out onto the bank of the channel
        a quarter of the length (and you only see the bulb).
        Now estimate the force of -220 thousand tons, when accelerating 9 knots - this is there. 7
        And with what force are you able to pull it back? From place?
        And then you have a course - the width of the channel is 150 m.
        At least 5 tugs, at least 25 - flies against an elephant.
        1. Aag
          Aag 29 March 2021 06: 19
          0
          Quote: Kushka
          Ships at speeds of 5-6 knots are practically uncontrollable
          (the steering wheel is behind them, works in a jet of propellers). In the lateral
          wind, yes with such a windage, for effective control
          the speed has to be kept under 9 knots. Such a fool 220 thousand tons
          if it flies out even by inertia, it will come out onto the bank of the channel
          a quarter of the length (and you only see the bulb).
          Now estimate the force of -220 thousand tons, when accelerating 9 knots - this is there. 7
          And with what force are you able to pull it back? From place?
          And then you have a course - the width of the channel is 150 m.
          At least 5 tugs, at least 25 - flies against an elephant.

          Can't find information on the type of propulsion on this vessel .. Isn't it an azipod?
          But they write that in the 19th year, this container ship was already naughty on the Elbe near Hamburg.
          1. Kushka
            Kushka 29 March 2021 14: 51
            +1
            Well, since we've come so far into the topic, I want
            also notice the following:
            When moving in NARROWS the ship's hull
            is further influenced by behavior
            seawater and this requires special maneuvering measures.
            The fact is that if, according to the traffic conditions, the ship
            nestles against one of the banks, for example the right one,
            then the water pressure between the starboard side rises sharply
            and the shore. In this case, the rate of water outflow from under the right
            the board increases. That is, the water speed on the right is large, and
            small on the left. Again at low speed, the body reaction
            the steering wheel is very small. Thus, the threat arises
            removal of the stern "to the oncoming lane" with greater pressure
            and the speed of the water under the starboard side. Further the bow of the ship
            goes far to the right, which generally creates a "wedge" of water
            behind the starboard side and to the pressure at the stern is added
            pressure of oncoming water in the left cheekbone of the nose.
            Further, the nose sticks into the bank of the channel, which we are witnesses.
            Kep, having a board of 400 m long and 12 m draft, about this phenomenon
            of course I knew. But low speed, side wind, big
            lateral sail of the vessel, at the slightest delay
            (1-2 minutes) with the decision, they did not leave him any
            chances - a belated command to the steering wheel and to the car and the situation
            do not change.
            And further. On ships of this size - two lags (speedometers) -
            stern and bow. Cap when maneuvering in tight spaces
            closely monitors bow speed and speed
            stern and gives corrections to the steering wheel.
            Have pity on the firemen. Someone (2 m tall and oblique fathom)
            with all his might drove the ax into the log, and the other someone
            now I have to squatting near the log, take out
            this ax.
            1. Aag
              Aag 29 March 2021 16: 54
              0
              Thanks for the clarification.
              True, they did not answer about azipod ...
              You can "go" even further, - discuss the features, errors of ship logs of various types)).
              I did not mention firemen .... By the way, they are very offended when they are called that. The word "firefighters" is preferred. hi
              1. Kushka
                Kushka 29 March 2021 18: 45
                0
                I didn't know, I didn't know, thanks, I'll take it into account.
  • ksv36
    ksv36 28 March 2021 11: 24
    0
    In this regard, it is noted that “every day of delay leads the command to the need
    ...
    ... take advice from a computer.
  • Operator
    Operator 28 March 2021 11: 27
    0
    "What about cyber security at the Panama Canal, Comrade Major?" bully
  • Konstantin Gogolev
    Konstantin Gogolev 28 March 2021 11: 29
    +13
    When this plug is pulled out, it will be curious to see in what order the plug will dissolve. I am sure there will be special ones who are more important to get through as soon as possible.

  • knn54
    knn54 28 March 2021 11: 35
    +1
    In Syria (90% of its own oil is controlled by the Yankees with the Kurds) the fifth day cannot get a vital tanker with oil .. And the reserves of oil products are not so great.
    1. Vol4ara
      Vol4ara 28 March 2021 11: 49
      0
      Quote: knn54
      In Syria (90% of its own oil is controlled by the Yankees with the Kurds) the fifth day cannot get a vital tanker with oil .. And the reserves of oil products are not so great.

      Tankers arrive in Syria empty
  • Pavel57
    Pavel57 28 March 2021 11: 59
    +1
    And our ships are not stuck in Sudan?
    1. svp67
      svp67 28 March 2021 12: 12
      +3
      Quote: Pavel57
      And our ships are not stuck in Sudan?

      I do not think that ours are very upset ... they will receive more travel allowances
    2. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 28 March 2021 12: 48
      +1
      Quote: Pavel57
      And our ships are not stuck in Sudan?

      Russian ships in Sudan are not stuck, they came there for a long time.
  • Runway
    Runway 28 March 2021 12: 14
    +6
    An extremely delusional note in fact: the steamers of the 6th Yankee fleet operating in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic (controlling three "holes" in Mediterranean - the "Turkish Straits", Suez and Gibraltar) are not hindered by a traffic jam in the channel.
    As well as the 5th fleet, respectively.
  • Polite Moose
    Polite Moose 28 March 2021 12: 25
    +13
    The captain of the container ship needs the first place in figure skating to be given for the filigree control of the ship. First, he drew "figvam" on the surface of the water, and then with one light movement he turned the Suez Canal into a Suez anal. Virtuoso, in a word.
    1. siemens7774
      siemens7774 28 March 2021 15: 14
      -2
      And what has the captain to do with it? There the helmsman turned out to be a handshake. The rest are simply not attentive to the changes in nature.
      1. Polite Moose
        Polite Moose 28 March 2021 15: 18
        +3
        Quote: siemens7774
        And what has the captain to do with it? ”There the helmsman turned out to be a handshake.

        Okay. Then I propose to give them the first place in pair skating.
        1. siemens7774
          siemens7774 28 March 2021 15: 20
          +2
          The helmsman is in the first place, the pilot is in the second, the captain is in the third, the navigator of the watch is in the fourth.
          1. Polite Moose
            Polite Moose 28 March 2021 15: 22
            0
            Quote: siemens7774
            The helmsman is in the first place, the pilot is in the second, the captain is in the third, the navigator of the watch is in the fourth.

            The whole pedestal is ours !!! Tradition, however.
            1. vl903
              vl903 28 March 2021 16: 22
              0
              if there was a sandstorm, no visibility, strong wind, the railroad station will not help in such a situation. No one would have a chance. and the fact that he had cut circles before, he was probably waiting in line for a pass. turn off start the engine and bother with the anchor risking being late for a pass and getting a fine, it is not known which is more expensive.
              1. Polite Moose
                Polite Moose 28 March 2021 16: 26
                +2
                Quote: vl903
                if there was a sandstorm, no visibility, strong wind, the railroad station will not help in such a situation. No one would have a chance. and the fact that he had cut circles before, he was probably waiting in line for a pass.

                Everything is correct. Let's not "fire up" the office. We adhere to your version. It all happened by accident. bully bully bully
                1. vl903
                  vl903 28 March 2021 16: 34
                  +1
                  :))) desert, nothing can be done)))
      2. Motorist
        Motorist 28 March 2021 20: 19
        +1
        Quote: siemens7774
        There the helmsman turned out to be a handshake.

        There was information about the blackout (it seems to be true). Then they came up with a sandstorm and gusts of wind.
    2. Ponchik78
      Ponchik78 28 March 2021 17: 03
      +2
      Got caught in the net that there is all the crew of Indians. The Indians have such a reputation that they could put this container ship on its side, no one would be surprised.
  • Vasyan1971
    Vasyan1971 28 March 2021 12: 46
    0
    SP-2 is driving!
  • From Tomsk
    From Tomsk 28 March 2021 12: 57
    +4
    Got to call Superman and Spider-Man.
    I saw in the movies, Superman can definitely take this ship and move it.
    Hollywood won't lie!
  • Ros 56
    Ros 56 28 March 2021 12: 59
    +3
    Let the striped swim across the south of Africa. For a mad dog, a thousand miles is not a hook.
  • sabakina
    sabakina 28 March 2021 13: 04
    +3
    I have not slept for three nights,
    I'm tired.
    I would fall asleep,
    Relax...
    But as soon as I lay down -
    Call!
    - Who's talking?
    - Rhinoceros.
    - What?
    - Trouble! Trouble!
    Run here soon!
    - What's the matter?
    - Save!
    - Whom?
    - Hippo!
    Our behemoth fell into the swamp ...
    - Failed into the swamp?
    - Yes!
    And neither there nor here!
    Oh if you don't come -
    He will drown, drown in the swamp,
    Died, lost
    Hippo!!!

    - Okay! I'm running! I'm running!
    If I can, I will help!

    Oh, this is not an easy job -
    From the swamp, drag the hippopotamus!
    K. Chukovsky. 1924 year.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 28 March 2021 13: 16
      +2
      Wanted at least so!
      1. Uncle lee
        Uncle lee 28 March 2021 13: 17
        +3
        In the meantime - just like that
      2. bistrov.
        bistrov. 28 March 2021 13: 51
        +1
        Quote: Uncle Lee
        Wanted at least so!

        Monkey labor, sat down securely, right at the waterline, and this is 14 meters of draft, well, they will dig it up from the side, and then what? How can you crawl under the keel? This is thousands of tons of weight! I think it is necessary to completely unload the containers onto another ship, and even an empty container ship will be problematic to remove from the shallows, probably you need to use a suction dredger, erode the soil under the ship, and pump out the slurry to another place and do so until the ship is afloat. ... Predict how long it will take ...
        If this is our job, then I applaud them ....
        1. Uncle lee
          Uncle lee 28 March 2021 14: 14
          0
          Quote: bistrov.
          sat down securely

          And most importantly - across the channel! Sealed tight! As ordered ....
          1. vl903
            vl903 28 March 2021 16: 08
            +1
            there is sand. a couple of dredgers and you're done. it’s a matter of time until you charter until you bring it in .... and every minute is literally golden ....
        2. Konstantin Gogolev
          Konstantin Gogolev 28 March 2021 16: 08
          -1
          Quote: bistrov.
          If this is our job, then I applaud them ....

          We urgently need to sell the Mi 26
        3. aszzz888
          aszzz888 29 March 2021 00: 37
          0

          bistrov.
          Yesterday, 13: 51

          +1
          Quote: Uncle Lee
          Wanted at least so!

          Monkey labor, sat down securely, right at the waterline, and this is 14 meters of draft, well, they will dig it up from the side, and then what? How can you crawl under the keel? This is thousands of tons of weight! I think we need to completely unload the containers onto another ship,
          Yesterday, the media voiced this option. But there, the capitalists, they consider it extreme and too expensive. And for me it is - "The further into the forest, the more angry the partisans!", In the sense that every hour adds money to the idle time. Well, we're stocking up on beer, we'll take a look. wink
  • bar
    bar 28 March 2021 13: 16
    0
    The US Navy faces the greatest difficulties in connection with the blocking of the Suez Canal. American warships of the 6th Fleet lost the ability to carry out planned crossings through the channel. There are also problems with the resupply of fuel on the warships and supply ships of the American naval forces.

    It turns out how simple everything is. An elementary overlap of a brook 50 meters wide, and kapets for the 6th fleet? lol
  • Cowbra
    Cowbra 28 March 2021 13: 21
    +9
    Please don’t hesitate! Tea is not the first time ...
    1. aszzz888
      aszzz888 29 March 2021 00: 39
      +1

      Cowbra
      Yesterday, 13: 21
      +8
      Please don’t hesitate! Tea is not the first time ...
      Cowbra, hi !
      good
      L. Filatov is of course immortal.
  • Vadim Golubkov
    Vadim Golubkov 28 March 2021 14: 11
    +1
    Generally disrupting the U.S. Navy to sail ... off Skeleton Island
  • Sands Careers General
    Sands Careers General 28 March 2021 14: 23
    +1
    exit the Suez transport artery


    Blood clot in the artery! The pulse is threadlike. We are losing a patient! laughing
  • Kushka
    Kushka 28 March 2021 14: 43
    +4
    "For three years the poppy did not give birth and there was no hunger" (proverb)
    The canal stood from 1967 to 1975 and no one died.
    15 ships anchored there for 8 years.
    The Israelis generally poured an earthen bridge across the canal.

    The raising of ships that sank in the waters of the canal during the Arab-Israeli conflict and interfered with shipping was carried out by the American private campaign Murphy Pacific Marine Salvage. It was raised nine ships (tanker, four dredgers, passenger and cargo ships, two tugs) and one concrete caisson) /
    As a result of the survey of the sunken ships, the canal administration suggested that the company first of all lift the dredger "September 15" (Fig. 3) so that it could be quickly repaired and put into operation for dredging in the canal. The rest of the ships were not planned to be commissioned due to poor technical condition. Therefore, it was decided to start lifting the passenger ship "Mecca" and the cargo "Ismailia", which sank in the northern part of the canal, by pumping out the remaining fuel from the tanks, and then, having cut the hulls into sections weighing up to 80 tons, raise them out of the water section by section.
    To lift the sunken ships, the company used two floating cranes "Roland" and "Tkhor" with a lifting capacity of 500 tons, and with a special device - up to 1000 tons, two special vessels for lifting US Navy ships Crandall and Krilli. The latter were transferred from the Subic Bay naval base (Philippines) to Egypt.
    During the third stage, the operations were also 15 merchant ships that had been anchored there since 1967 were withdrawn from the canal.
    After completing the listed work On June 5, 1975, the Suez Canal was reopened for international shipping
    .
    1. ccsr
      ccsr 28 March 2021 16: 15
      +3
      Quote: Kushka
      The canal stood from 1967 to 1975 and no one died.

      Then China drove sparrows, smelted pig iron in the yards, and did not supply the whole world with goods, so these are two big differences. The Suez Canal then and now.
      1. Aviator_
        Aviator_ 28 March 2021 17: 41
        +1
        Then China drove sparrows, smelted cast iron in yards,

        It was early in the 50s. In the 60s, the Chinese first staged a "cultural revolution" ("Near the city of Beijing / Red guards walk and wander / And old paintings / Everywhere they look for red guards ... and the chorus -" And even though I know perfectly well / How to pronounce it / But something very indecent / Asks me to speak to me ... - Vysotsky). So the Chinese first took care of internal problems, then external ones - Damansky, Zhalanashkol (1969), Cambodia, the war with Vietnam (1979). Then they really had no time for Suez.
      2. Kushka
        Kushka 28 March 2021 23: 14
        +2
        What has China to do with it? Or in this part of the world China
        the only country? "Go down" south from China to
        Australia and discover many more countries.
        Do you represent the economic potential of the USSR (!!!)
        USA, Germany, Japan in 1975? Yes, and China at that time
        the whole world "fed" with fossils, not iPhones and cowards,
        as it is now. One way or another, the world economy was and will be,
        with or without the Suez Canal. This channel is one of thousands
        logistics links, important, but one of thousands.
        AND NOT ALL GOODS GO TO MEDITERRANEAN. Why did you forget about
        traffic of goods in the "opposite" direction - to the Atlantic?
        Do you think he is small (this is in the USA)? Or do you think that in
        China also "carries" the USA and Canada through Suez? Therefore ALL paths
        are equally important.
        1. ccsr
          ccsr 29 March 2021 11: 22
          0
          Quote: Kushka
          Do you represent the economic potential of the USSR (!!!)
          USA, Germany, Japan in 1975?

          I had already graduated from the university then and knew perfectly well what the USSR and China are, and their place in the world. I just gave an example of China, and could add Japan and Southeast Asia, which supply goods and products to Europe through the Suez Canal. By the way, you probably are not aware that the construction of the BAM began not only for military reasons, but also because Japan guaranteed us the loading of freight trains, and even gave us a loan for the purchase of cars, truck cranes and other construction equipment. And container shipping in 1975 was not as developed as it is now, i.e. situations are different with its use.
          Quote: Kushka
          AND NOT ALL GOODS GO TO MEDITERRANEAN.

          I didn’t seem to say that, but the European market for China is in second place after the American one.
          Quote: Kushka
          Or do you think that in
          China also "carries" the USA and Canada through Suez?

          This is your speculation - I did not talk about it.
          Quote: Kushka
          Therefore ALL paths
          are equally important.

          But figs to you - for Europeans the Suez Canal is more important than the Panama Canal, and this is obvious, not to mention tankers with oil for many countries of the world. And for our auto industry, many components from that region go to St. Petersburg through the Suez Canal, so it will come out sideways to us.
          1. Kushka
            Kushka 29 March 2021 14: 12
            0
            "It never happened, whatever it was.
            No matter how it was, it was always somehow "(C)
            I offer a draw.
            (Fig will return as soon as possible)
    2. Xscorpion
      Xscorpion 29 March 2021 09: 53
      0
      Quote: Kushka
      "For three years the poppy did not give birth and there was no hunger" (proverb)
      The canal stood from 1967 to 1975 and no one died.
      15 ships anchored there for 8 years.
      The Israelis generally poured an earthen bridge across the canal.

      The raising of ships that sank in the waters of the canal during the Arab-Israeli conflict and interfered with shipping was carried out by the American private campaign Murphy Pacific Marine Salvage. It was raised nine ships (tanker, four dredgers, passenger and cargo ships, two tugs) and one concrete caisson) /
      As a result of the survey of the sunken ships, the canal administration suggested that the company first of all lift the dredger "September 15" (Fig. 3) so that it could be quickly repaired and put into operation for dredging in the canal. The rest of the ships were not planned to be commissioned due to poor technical condition. Therefore, it was decided to start lifting the passenger ship "Mecca" and the cargo "Ismailia", which sank in the northern part of the canal, by pumping out the remaining fuel from the tanks, and then, having cut the hulls into sections weighing up to 80 tons, raise them out of the water section by section.
      To lift the sunken ships, the company used two floating cranes "Roland" and "Tkhor" with a lifting capacity of 500 tons, and with a special device - up to 1000 tons, two special vessels for lifting US Navy ships Crandall and Krilli. The latter were transferred from the Subic Bay naval base (Philippines) to Egypt.
      During the third stage, the operations were also 15 merchant ships that had been anchored there since 1967 were withdrawn from the canal.
      After completing the listed work On June 5, 1975, the Suez Canal was reopened for international shipping
      .

      Then the congestion of the seas was orders of magnitude lower. But that's not even the point. When the war was going on, all routes were initially planned to bypass. But in today's reality, when a significant share of cargo turnover falls on Suez, and the price of transported goods is already taking into account transportation through this channel, now we will have to hastily redo, or even cancel contracts, due to the fact that the transportation of goods will be much longer and more expensive. And all this could be planned for several years in advance. That is, the estimated profit of many companies will decrease, or even it will be necessary to redraw all business plans, consider options for railway or pipeline transport. This will need to redo a bunch of contracts, invoices and other documentation. This, for example, I say, it is clear that they will dig it up here, but if for example, to assume that he will be stuck there for at least half a year, then it would be a very strong blow to many hundreds of companies and even countries that depend sat down from export / import.
      1. Kushka
        Kushka 29 March 2021 14: 19
        0
        Or maybe it would be for the benefit of these lazy people.
        Let them learn on their own with your feet
        walk. Russia benefits from such
        and all sorts of (sanctions) troubles.
        Anecdote:
        In the banana republic, they ask:
        - How do you harvest bananas?
        - But in any way, the wind blows, they themselves fall.
        - And if there is no wind?
        - Well, that means not a harvest.
  • Lara Croft
    Lara Croft 28 March 2021 14: 54
    -1
    According to analysts, the countries that are most economically affected by the blocked Suez Canal are India and the states of Southeast Asia, including Singapore, Japan, the Republic of Korea, and Malaysia.

    All countries that are competitors of the EU, China and the Anglo-Saxons .....
  • Old26
    Old26 28 March 2021 15: 07
    +5
    Quote: tihonmarine
    Quote: Professor
    When your eggs, bread and utilities become more expensive, they will tell you about the congestion in the Suez Canal. So that you laugh early.

    Rather, matzo and forshmak will rise in price in Israel than eggs in Russia.

    Oh, do not renounce. Remember our well-known formulation about the conditions under which gasoline becomes more expensive in Russia.
    1. If oil prices rise
    2. If oil prices fall
    3. If nothing happens to prices
    Our traders will not take advantage of this situation (the rise in oil prices) and will not "cheat" the prices of food and everything else? I do not believe!!!!

    Quote: xorek
    Close the Suez Canal and all the World Crisis! God has been on the side of Russia in recent years .. hi What ports have we built over the past decade! Welcome to the Northern Sea Route, gentlemen! Nobody will get stuck there, and so on.

    You, dear, in another article of EMNIP described that not everything is so glamorous with SMP. Well, some ships will not pass there, whether we like it or not. And God forbid, in any of the straits, "such" miracle will run aground? In order for the NSR to at least remotely reach Suez, it will be necessary to invest trillions, creating incl. and infrastructure

    Quote: tihonmarine
    Russian ships in Sudan are not stuck, they came there for a long time.

    And in a couple of weeks (months) we have already built a base there (i.e. PMTO). Was that decision made and signed? Or, as always, we run ahead of the locomotive ??? And get stuck? It is possible that ours are capitally stuck there (if there are our ships in that region). The Americans have their bases almost everywhere, where they can stand, rest, refuel in such a situation. And we? Shall we chase a tanker with fuel around Africa or what shall we do ??? Damn, there is nothing yet, but we are already trying to say that we have everything there, the base is capable of accepting any number of our ships and providing everything necessary ...
    1. Lara Croft
      Lara Croft 28 March 2021 15: 49
      +1
      Quote: Old26
      Was that decision made and signed? Or, as always, we run ahead of the locomotive ???

      But you surprise me, apparently you don't read periodicals ...
      The text of the most important agreement between Russia and Sudan has been published. This document, signed on July 23, 2019 in Khartoum and on December 1, 2020, in Moscow, authorizes the creation of a logistics center for our Navy on the territory of the African state. It also defines the basic principles for the stay in the city of Port Sudan on the Red Sea of ​​Russian military personnel, our warships and other naval equipment. It was established that these agreements will be valid for 25 years. They can be automatically renewed for subsequent 10-year periods, we quote, "if none of the parties at least one year before the expiration of the next period notifies the other party in writing through diplomatic channels of its intention to terminate it."

      https://rg.ru/2020/12/09/rossiia-i-sudan-dogovorilis-o-sozdanii-v-respublike-punkta-vmf-rf.html
      The text itself - http://publication.pravo.gov.ru/Document/View/0001202012080089?index=0&rangeSize=1
      And in a couple of weeks (months) we have already built a base there (i.e. PMTO).

      I think you know the answer to this question, given that the Agreement was signed only on 12.2020 by us.
      Damn, there is nothing yet, but we are already trying to say that we have everything there, the base is capable of accepting any number of our ships and providing everything necessary ...

      Nobody spoke about it. Moreover, there are limitations in manpower and resources (no more than 300 people, clause 2 of article 5 of the Agreement and no more than 4 warships, clause 3 of article 5 of the Agreement) ...

      You become, I noticed, an angry and distrustful member of the forum ...
  • Sergey Kulikov_3
    Sergey Kulikov_3 28 March 2021 15: 21
    +1
    And what kind of team of Teletubbies in oversized ankle boots on the headline of the news?
  • NF68
    NF68 28 March 2021 15: 47
    0
    It is strange that Russia and, personally, VVP, have not yet been accused of blocking the canal from this container ship.
  • stepan razin_2
    stepan razin_2 28 March 2021 16: 07
    0
    how easy it is for Americans to pull up. closed the channel and all there is no patrolling. our military needs to be adopted.
  • Old26
    Old26 28 March 2021 17: 50
    +5
    Quote: Lara Croft
    You become, I noticed, an angry and distrustful member of the forum ...

    I am becoming, comrade, I am becoming. Mainly due to the fact that the daily grunt got tired of it and without. It will take several years to equip the PMTO there, its infrastructure, and even then, if there is no next coup in this African country. I remember very well when, in the early 70s, we were kicked out of the countries in which we invested billions, having built and supplied a lot for them. And how our military advisers were expelled within 48-72 hours (let's call a spade a spade) from Egypt, Somalia, Ethiopia and other "fraternal republics"
    I remember a little later, when Assad's troops invaded Lebanese territory. Prior to that, an agreement on the establishment in Syria had already been signed BASES, not a logistical support point, but a full-fledged base, designed for basing EMNIP of 2 dozen ships, including nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers, plus an airfield (more precisely, an air base), designed for basing EMNIP of 4 regiments, including reconnaissance and long-range bomber
    But our leadership BARE express disagreement with the invasion of Assad's troops into Lebanon. Why is he Terribly offended, tore up the agreement and for several years FORBIDDEN us to use the PMTO in Tartus.
    I'm afraid that about the same will happen with our PMTO in the Red Sea. As long as we give that regime everything it wants, we will be good. It is enough to express our doubt and displeasure - LET'S FLY FROM THERE... Unfortunately, we cannot do the same as the Americans do. They do not like them, but name at least one case when they were able to be expelled from the country, if they organized their bases there?
  • A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 28 March 2021 20: 05
    +2
    Egyptian TV channel Extra News:
    Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi ordered the unloading of a container ship that blocked the Suez Canal. This was announced by Lieutenant General Osama Rabi.

    There are a total of 18300 containers on board.
    1. aszzz888
      aszzz888 29 March 2021 00: 46
      0
      A. Privalov (Alexander Privalov
      "A day earlier Dutch specialists from SMIT Salvage reported on a plan to re-float the vessel ..... It was reported that there are more than 20 thousand heavy containers that were transported from China to the Dutch port of Rotterdam. This is one of the largest vessels in its class: its length reaches 400 m, width - 59 m. "
  • Lynx2000
    Lynx2000 28 March 2021 22: 02
    0
    Quote: Professor

    Not all. Imported guest workers like you who have forgotten about Israel's direct exit to the Indian Ocean. Have you forgotten about Eilat? wink
    Gasoline in Israel is tied to the price of oil. When oil was expensive a couple of years ago, gasoline cost almost 7 shekels per liter. Oil prices fell and the price of gasoline fell to 4 shekels per liter. Do you have that situation in Ukraine or is gasoline getting more expensive by itself? So now oil has risen in price again and, accordingly, gasoline has risen in price and pulled the prices of goods with it. Oil will rise in price and everything else will rise in price, not only in our country, but also in your native Ukraine and even in the Russian Federation.

    wink If a container ship of the Ever Given type is brought to Eilat, the stern will be at the quay wall of Eilat, and the stem will rest against the quay of Aqaba ...
    The territory and water area of ​​the port is about 8 sq. Km. Consists of old, new trade and oil ports. The old port of Eilat is used for the permanent home of military boats. The total length of the quay walls is 1,6 km with a depth of up to 12 m. There are 2 oil berths for tankers with a deadweight of up to 125 thousand tons.
    In addition to oil and oil products, sea cargo is delivered to the port of Eilat: rubber, leather, food; exported - cement, phosphates, salt, citrus fruits. The root went to the Indian Ocean, fertilizers were picked up in Eilat.
    Loading and unloading of sea cargo is carried out using onshore and floating cranes... There are 16 storage facilities, 6 open storage areas, 3 oil storage facilities. Ship repair shops provide repair of small ships, boats and ships. The port of Eilat is connected by an oil pipeline with the ports of Ashkelon and Haifa.
    The major ports of Israel are still located on the Mediterranean coast.
    Are the Chinese building a sea terminal in Ashkelon? Are they planning to build a railway line to Eilat?
    1. Professor
      Professor 29 March 2021 08: 04
      -3
      You forgot about Ro-Ro courts. It is through Eilat that all Asian cars are delivered to Israel. Moreover, many cars are transported on trailers to Ashdod and from there to Europe. It is argued that this is cheaper than through the Suez Canal. hi
  • petrakimov
    petrakimov 29 March 2021 08: 07
    0
    It seems to me that if you look well, you can find the fact of registration of passengers Petrov and Basharov for the Moscow-Cairo flight on about March 15-19. laughing
  • Lynx2000
    Lynx2000 29 March 2021 08: 15
    +1
    Quote: Professor
    You forgot about Ro-Ro courts.
    Do you mean ro-rokers? Where ro-ro moored, a large landing craft will stand. laughing Seriously though, these vessels are intended mainly for coastal shipping.

    Quote: Professor
    It is through Eilat that all Asian cars are delivered to Israel. Moreover, many cars are transported on trailers to Ashdod and from there to Europe. It is argued that this is cheaper than through the Suez Canal. hi

    Exactly! In Ashdod, the Chinese are building a new sea terminal. But, it has always been considered that the cheapest type of transportation is water (sea / river), then - rail, then road, road - air, mega-super-expensive - space delivery to the ISS.
    what Delivery line with unloading (pay), auto-trailer carry (pay), unloading at the port (pay), loading on board (pay), sea transportation to Europe (pay). I don’t think that going through the Suez is more expensive than such savings. Sorry, somehow not Jewish wink
  • Xscorpion
    Xscorpion 29 March 2021 10: 43
    -1
    Quote: Old26
    Quote: Lara Croft
    You become, I noticed, an angry and distrustful member of the forum ...

    I am becoming, comrade, I am becoming. Mainly due to the fact that the daily grunt got tired of it and without. It will take several years to equip the PMTO there, its infrastructure, and even then, if there is no next coup in this African country. I remember very well when, in the early 70s, we were kicked out of the countries in which we invested billions, having built and supplied a lot for them. And how our military advisers were expelled within 48-72 hours (let's call a spade a spade) from Egypt, Somalia, Ethiopia and other "fraternal republics"
    I remember a little later, when Assad's troops invaded Lebanese territory. Prior to that, an agreement on the establishment in Syria had already been signed BASES, not a logistical support point, but a full-fledged base, designed for basing EMNIP of 2 dozen ships, including nuclear submarines and aircraft carriers, plus an airfield (more precisely, an air base), designed for basing EMNIP of 4 regiments, including reconnaissance and long-range bomber
    But our leadership BARE express disagreement with the invasion of Assad's troops into Lebanon. Why is he Terribly offended, tore up the agreement and for several years FORBIDDEN us to use the PMTO in Tartus.
    I'm afraid that about the same will happen with our PMTO in the Red Sea. As long as we give that regime everything it wants, we will be good. It is enough to express our doubt and displeasure - LET'S FLY FROM THERE... Unfortunately, we cannot do the same as the Americans do. They do not like them, but name at least one case when they were able to be expelled from the country, if they organized their bases there?

    Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, so offhand