The Russian attack of Ukraine prompted confusion in Romania's Danube ports. For a long time, around 90 boats have been holding up in the Black Sea to enter Sulina, one of the principal waterway ports around here of the nation, reports Romanian Agerpres news organization.

As per Agerpres, units that showed up in the Black Sea very nearly fourteen days prior are as yet holding on to enter Sulina. “The groups of the couple of delaying ships are battling with food and drinking water deficiencies,” the organization noted.

The top of the Lower Danube Administration (AFDJ) in Angela Ivan, cited by Agerpres, clears up that the long lines for enter Sulina are the aftereffect of deficient limit of the Danube ports according to the ongoing interest.

Ivan made sense of that the ports can’t adapt to such traffic because of the expansion in the quantity of vessels that needed to change their course because of the barricade of Ukrainian ports. “They are currently holding up quite a while at safe havens on the Danube, making it challenging for different vessels to move,” she added.