The vessel "Beriks" with meat, probably, infected with the African plague, and with two Nikolaev sailors moored in the Odessa port

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About it reports "Interfax - Ukraine" with reference to the operations duty officer Morsky coordination abnormally - the saving center in Odessa Aleksandra Korotkikh.

Onboard a vessel is more than 200 tons of the spoiled meat of the Brazilian pork and the Chinese hens.

According to Short, the vessel stuck at 21.35 to the mooring of Ship-repair plant "Ukraine" in Odessa, and on the same day, on August 31, for it "opened border" that means that the crew could leave a vessel.

Meanwhile, the management of the Odessa sea trade port doesn't make comments on this information, writes «Ukrainian truth».

"Ministry of Transport created the special commission on settlement of this situation. With all questions address in Ministry of Transport", - the first deputy chief of port Yury Vaskov told.

According to a source in the Odessa port, on "Beriks" the crew was already replaced. However freight while is sealed up and from a vessel it don't unload.

Before "Beriks" drifted eight months in the Black Sea near Odessa. A few days ago the vessel tried to come into the Nikolaev sea trade port. However the position of the Nikolaev authorities was categorical, and here it didn't accept, though on a board and a nakhodilist two sailors - nikolayevets. As it became known «Crime. Is NOT PRESENT» , the first vice-the prime minister - a minist Oleksandr Turchynov disposed to put the end to wanderings «Beriksa» in Odessa.

Onboard a vessel there is an overdue freight of the Brazilian pork and the Chinese hens, from - for which the Ukrainian veterinarians forbade "Beriks" to swim away to domestic ports.

Suspect that meat can be infected with the African plague. The vessel is technically faulty. Only auxiliary engine functions. Also the crew lacked food, drinking water and fuel.

"Берикс" loaded meat in the Georgian port Poti in December, 2008. 200 tons of meat went to Russia. However subsequently the shipowner gave command to crew to come on repair on the Ukrainian shipyards.


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