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USCG Port Security Advisory

March 8, 2005

The U.S. Coast Guard issued an updated Port Security Advisory. The advisory lists nations that have failed to communicate to the IMO or the USCG all required information regarding port facility security compliance. The nations listed in this Advisory are: Albania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Madagascar, Mauritania, and Nauru. In a change from the previous advisory, Equatorial Guinea has been removed from the list. Ships calling at a port facility in any of the listed nations should institute additional security measures during the visit and should document those measures in appropriate ship’s records. Effective May 23, 2005, all ships that visited a country listed above during their last five port calls will be denied entry into the U.S unless they undertook the additional security measures. Port Security Advisory (1-05) (HK Law)


 
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