ODESSA, NOVEMBER 13th, 2015, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE — A delegation of the US Coast Guard and representatives of the maritime administrations and maritime ports of Latvia and Lithuania have attended the Ilyichivsk seaport, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.
The press service of Odessa Commercial Sea Port Administration noted today, 13 November.
According to the press center, the representatives of the two countries addressed issues of control and order processing of dangerous goods, including issues of safe storage of dangerous goods damaged in the port area.
They also discussed the equipment through-port systems, radiological monitoring and special scanners.
Particular attention is paid to guests multimodal terminals, specializes in serving the rail-ferry and car ferry lines.
After familiarization with the direct production capacity port waters, the participants visited the main control room of administration Ilyichivsk seaport and talked with the head of the Port Authority Gennady Skvortsov.
During the meeting issues of functionality captains in Ukrainian ports and ports in the Baltic were discussed.
And during a study visit to the Ilyichivsk seaport, representatives of the heads of the US Coast Guard Administration exchanged experiences with American side regarding the establishment of an effective modern system of courts and organization of activities of security at seaports.
Also it was considering the effective protection of the waters of the port after the implementation of the law “On sea ports”.
Particular attention was paid to the interaction of guests Maritime Safety Administration of Ilyichivsk Sea Port with all regulatory agencies.
During the meeting, head of the Port Authority Mr Skvortsov told representatives of the US Coast Guard on the improvement of the security strategy of the enterprise due to increased risks of terrorist threats.
In addition, members of the delegation visited the checkpoint Ilyichivsk seaport, where they discussed issues of security firms working port with state law enforcement agencies.