Global shipping chaos prompts US to extend deadline for Russia seafood ban

United States
Supply Chain Management
Regulation & Compliances
Published Feb 22, 2024

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The US government has postponed the ban on imports of Russian-origin seafood by three months due to global shipping disruptions. The US Department of the Treasury has issued an amendment allowing any Russian-origin seafood that was loaded onto a vessel in port before February 20 to be allowed entry into the United States until May 31 at 12.01am Eastern Daylight Time.
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US importers of Russian-origin seafood have been given three extra months to complete deliveries after the US government issued a last-minute extension to the enforcement of a deadline for a ban, a response to widespread disruption in global shipping. An amendment, published Tuesday by the US Department of the Treasury, allows for any Russian-origin seafood loaded onto a vessel in port ...
Source: Intrafish
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