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  • Arab League Boycott of Israel: Lebanon's Position
    According to information received from local contacts, Lebanon fully adheres to the Arab League's boycott of Israel (I.e. primary, secondary and tertiary boycotts).

    Seamen with an Israeli stamp/visa in the seaman book should not be on board.

    On 23 October 2013 it was reported that with immediate effect all vessels must obtain a certification from the Boycott Office of Israel in the Ministry of Economy and Trade prior to calling at a Lebanese port ensuring that the vessel is not blacklisted and allowed to call at Lebanese ports / terminals.  A copy of the said certificate from the Boycott Office of Israel is to be presented to the relevant port authorities together with the Notice of vessel's ETA to a Lebanese port. 

    The following announcement was issued on the Ministry of Economy and Trade website.

    "The circular issued by the Ministry of Economy and Trade No. 1/2 / at Date 21/7/2010
    Date: 03 Oct, 2013

    According to the circular issued by the Ministry of Economy and Trade No. 1/2 / at Date 21/7/2010, requests from all Lebanese companies and foreign provide statement to the county office of Israel in the Ministry of Economy and Trade to make sure in advance of the legal status of the foreign company before dealing with it,fill out the form available on the official website of the ministry on the Internet: www.economy.gov.lb - Electronic Portal 

    The required basic data:
    The caller name - the name of the foreign company - nationality - work - the nature of their work"

  • United Nations Security Council Resolutions

 

Restrictions & sanctions (Lebanon)

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Current bunker prices Last Updated: 23:00 (GMT) - 28 May 2020

PORTS 380cSt 180cSt VLS FO MGO LS
Rotterdam 190 ↓ (-8) 230 ↓ (-20) 266 ↓ (-17)
Singapore 201 ↓ (-8) 277 ↓ (-5) 296 ↓ (-9)
Fujairah 195 ↑ (+7) 295 ↑ (+1) 380 ↑ (+4)
Copenhagen 193 ↓ (-5) 253 ↓ (-15) 298 ↓ (-8)
Gothenburg 190 ↓ (-5) 250 ↓ (-15) 295 ↓ (-8)
St. Petersburg 160 ↑ (+5) 220 ↓ (-5) 260 ↓ (-7)
Tallinn 203 ↓ (-8) 243 ↓ (-20) 325 ↓ (-8)
Gibraltar 220 ↓ (-8) 281 ↑ (+1) 320 ↓ (-5)
Pireaus 230 ↓ (-14) 275 ↓ (-12) 300 ↑ (+3)
Istanbul 265 → (+0) 315 → (+0)
Houston 192 ↓ (-10) 245 ↓ (-10) 292 ↓ (-18)
Panama Canal 245 → (+0) 265 → (+0) 325 ↓ (-5)
Santos 249 ↓ (-19) 249 ↓ (-19) 404 ↑ (+4)
Buenos Aires 305 → (+0) 480 → (+0)
Hamburg 185 ↓ (-15) 240 ↓ (-10) 290 ↓ (-15)
Riga 202 ↓ (-5) 241 ↓ (-20) 329 ↓ (-8)
Suape(XB)
Antwerpen 192 ↓ (-8) 232 ↓ (-20) 268 ↓ (-17)
New York 205 ↓ (-20) 286 ↑ (+1) 323 ↓ (-5)
Philadelphia 208 ↓ (-20) 291 ↑ (+1) 328 ↓ (-5)
Hong Kong 231 ↑ (+6) 292 ↑ (+5) 307 ↑ (+5)
Genoa 205 ↓ (-48) 281 ↓ (-10) 341 ↓ (-7)
Augusta 213 ↓ (-48) 278 ↓ (-4) 338 ↑ (+9)
Rio de Janeiro 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 374 ↑ (+4)
Bremerhaven 182 ↓ (-15) 255 ↓ (-10) 315 ↓ (-15)
Paranagua 279 ↓ (-19) 279 ↓ (-19) 437 ↑ (+4)
Rio Grande 279 ↓ (-19) 279 ↓ (-19) 438 ↑ (+4)
Recife
Salvador 287 ↓ (-19) 287 ↓ (-19) 419 ↑ (+4)
Fortaleza 265 ↓ (-19) 265 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Fremantle 440 → (+0) 480 → (+0)
Belem 308 ↓ (-19) 308 ↓ (-19) 451 ↑ (+4)
Tubarao 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Curacao 539 ↓ (-5) 582 ↓ (-7)
New Orleans 227 ↓ (-8) 270 ↑ (+10) 290 ↑ (+10)
Manaus 288 ↓ (-19) 288 ↓ (-19) 415 ↑ (+4)
Niteroi 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 374 ↑ (+4)
Praia Mole 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+57)
Suape(XP)
Vila do Conde 308 ↓ (-19) 308 ↓ (-19) 451 ↑ (+4)
Vitoria 274 ↓ (-19) 274 ↓ (-19) 427 ↑ (+4)
Itaqui (XP) 311 ↓ (-19) 311 ↓ (-19) 445 ↑ (+4)
Miami 244 ↓ (-10) 351 ↓ (-18)
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