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Only one of the five Chukotka seaports, open to foreign vessels, is functioning satisfactorily - Dmitry Rogozin - EastRussia | Far East

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Only one of the five sea ports of Chukotka, open to foreign ships, functions satisfactorily - Dmitry Rogozin

The existing system of checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation, located in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, is a barrier to the movement of cargo flows, hindering the work of participants in foreign economic activity, said Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin

Only one of the five sea ports of Chukotka, open to foreign ships, functions satisfactorily - Dmitry Rogozin
He said this during a joint meeting of the State Commission for the Development of the Arctic.

Currently, of the five sea ports of the Chukotka Autonomous Region that are open to foreign vessels, only Egvekinot functions satisfactorily, the press service of the State Commission on the Arctic quoted D. Rogozin as saying.

According to D. Rogozin, in the seaports of Pevek and the Beringovsky checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation are not functioning.

The sea checkpoints of Anadyr and Provideniya are functioning, but they do not meet the established requirements.

Foreign navigation vessels traveling to these seaports are forced to draw up border and customs documents at the Provideniya seaport, which impedes the free movement of goods.

"Such a functioning of sea checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation or their absence is a barrier to the movement of cargo flows, which hinders the work of participants in foreign economic activity. From this situation, first of all, business suffers, and the competitiveness of the Russian economy is falling, "D. Rogozin said.

The Vice Prime Minister asked to analyze the existing system of checkpoints across the state border of the Russian Federation, located in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, and to make proposals for its improvement, as well as to optimize the state control system in them.

A joint meeting of the State Commission on the Development of the Arctic and the Maritime Collegium of the Government of the Russian Federation was held at the site of the V International Forum "The Arctic: Present and Future" in St. Petersburg.
In the Chukotka Autonomous District five seaports were opened for the call of foreign vessels by the order of the Government of the Russian Federation: Anadyr, Beringovsky, Provideniya, Pevek and Egvekinot.

Of the 67 operating in the Russian Federation, 18 ports are located in the Arctic zone. They are united in the transport highway - the Northern Sea Route.