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As advised in our previous update, on 10th August, 2022, the EU published updated FAQs (the “August FAQs”) clarifying the application of provisions (more particularly Article 3i and 3j of Council Regulation 2022/576 (“the Regulation”)) relating to the carriage of certain cargoes from Russia, including coal and other solid fossil fuels and fertiliser.  

The Russia (Sanctions)(EU Exit)(Amendment)(No.14) Regulations 2022 (“the Regulations”) came into force on 21st July, 2022, introducing further amendments to The Russia (Sanctions)(Exit) Regulations 2019. The purpose of this update is to provide a summary of some of the restrictions introduced by the Regulations that are most relevant to Members. 

The Directors and Managers of the UK Defence Club are deeply saddened by the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. Our appreciation for her service over her eight decade reign is impossible to convey. We express our sincere gratitude for all that she has done for us over so many years.  Our thoughts are with the Royal Family at this very difficult time. 

Taking on the role of an owner and a charterer in a hypothetical fixture discussion, Alexandra Couvadelli and Alex McCue discuss the implications of incorporating the BIMCO EEXI clause into the charterparty.

The outbreak of war in Ukraine on 24th February, 2022, and the subsequent closure of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports, caused great disruption to Ukrainian grain trade. Not only were ships unable to call at Ukraine’s ports, but ships that were at those ports when the conflict began were trapped.


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