Since Sunday, a yacht under the Russian flag has been in the port of Ustka. Russian citizens on board are not allowed to go ashore.
Since Sunday, August 6, a yacht under the Russian flag has moored in the port of Ustka, with two Russian citizens on board. As specified, the unit sailed from Baltiysk and headed for Bornholm.
Ustka. Russian yacht in a Polish port. What is known about the case?
Tadeusz Gruchalla, deputy press officer of the commandant of the Maritime Border Guard Unit in Gdańsk, reported that the captain of the vessel reported to the boatswain in Ustka that he needed medical assistance. He complained of heart problems. After mooring in the port, he was provided with the necessary assistance.
– According to the rescuers, it was not necessary to hospitalize the man – said Tadeusz Gruchalla in an interview with Interia. – Citizens of Russia are not included in the catalog of persons authorized to enter the territory of Poland, the commander of the Border Guard in Ustka decided to refuse entry – pointed out Tadeusz Gruchalla. According to Polish Radio Koszalin, Russian citizens do not have the right to go ashore.
The Russian yacht has been checked. The Russians still haven’t left Poland
It is known that the yacht was inspected and – as it turned out – there were no dangerous or prohibited items on board. It was also checked whether foreigners were wanted, and the verification denied any doubts.
The Russians still haven’t left Poland. All because of the persistently difficult conditions in the Baltic Sea. According to Interia, they were provided with shelter in the port, and their vessel is constantly monitored. When the storm subsides, they are to immediately set off on their way.