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The impact of international sanctions on the maritime transport of developing countries on the example of Syria

August 2018 (278) International cooperation A.B. Volodin,
PhD. (Tech.), Head of the Department of Fleet management and automation of transport processes, Moscow State Academy of Water Transport – Branch of FSFEI HE “Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping”
E-mail: ab.volodin@mail.ru
B. Ahmad,
postgraduate student, Moscow State Academy of Water Transport – Branch of FSBFE HE “Admiral Makarov State University of Maritime and Inland Shipping”
Annotation: The article examines the impact of international sanctions on the maritime transport of developing countries on the example of Syria. The current state of sea transport in Syria is reviewed.

Maritime transport, Syrian crisis


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