The port of St. Petersburg, Russia’s biggest, may be paralyzed because of a dispute between the authorities and stevedoring companies, Kommersant reported, citing unidentified sources in the Association of Russian Ports.
The two sides disagree on the timing of renegotiations on the renting of dock space, Kommersant said.
The port is part of a loading complex that feeds both the Gulf of Finland on the eastern edge of the Baltic Sea and the harbor of he city.
News source: times.spb.ru
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