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Executive Summary
The results of this assessment allow for the following conclusions.
1. Within its internal maritime waters the Russian Federation has virtually unlimited powers to restrict navigation.
As far as the territorial sea is concerned navigation restrictions may be imposed unilaterally yet take effect following
publication of the scope of such restrictions in 'Notices to Mariners'. Any routing related restrictions established by the
Russian Federation in its territorial sea, are binding on all Russian flagged vessels and foreign vessels in innocent
passage through the territorial sea. Thus, Russia could unilaterally impose navigation restrictions within the priority
areas (Ia, b and IIa, b). The full list of existing restrictions in effect is presented in its entirety only in the Russian
Ministry of Defense publications and navigation charts. The latter belong to classified information and are not available
for assessment by unauthorized persons. Available publications permit to spot the following groups of navigation
restriction measures in situ applicable within priority areas. Such measures includes Former Mined Areas, Regulated
Areas, Areas Dangerous for Navigation, mandatory routing, as well as traffic separation system (the Kola Bay - area
Ia).
Former Mined Areas are open for surface navigation but the risk of danger still exists. It is recommended not to
trail anchor and anchor outside established anchoring sites. Vessels up to 1000 t displacement can sail without
restriction; vessels above 1000 t displacement shall sail in demagnetized condition provided they are operated
manually.
Regulated Areas include 'Areas Prohibited for Navigation', 'Areas Prohibited for Anchoring, Bottom Fishing,
Dredging, Underwater Explosions, and Navigating with Trailing Anchor' and 'Areas Periodically Used for Naval
Training'. 'Areas Prohibited for Navigation' imply that any navigation is prohibited. The regime of second group of
areas implies restriction reflected in its title. The last group of areas turns dangerous for navigation during naval
training and at such periods navigation is prohibited. The time of closure is announced 2-3 days before exercises
through PRIP ('coastal warning') by radio from land based stations or sometimes, ships.

The area is considered

dangerous after the warning on radio is given.


Areas Dangerous for Navigation include 'Areas for Dumping Explosives', 'Areas of Sediments Dumping',
'Areas of Former Dumping of Sediments' (absent in areas Ia,b and IIa,b) and 'Fishing Prohibited Areas'. In 'Areas for
Dumping Explosives' anchoring, bottom fishing, seabed activities and explosions are prohibited. In 'Areas of Sediments
Dumping' depths may be shallower than those indicated on navigation charts. In 'Fishing Prohibited Areas' fishing is
prohibited not for the sake of protection of biological resources, but due to the risks associated with deployment of
fishing gear.
Routing Measures (Mandatory Routing) include recommended tracks, traffic separation scheme (TSS), inshore
traffic zone and the precautionary area. Recommended tracks lead from N into traffic lanes, which lead to a
Precautionary Area fronting the entrance to Kola Bay. The inbound track lies W of the outbound track. A roundabout is
situated in this Precautionary Area and its center is indicated by Kola Lighted Buoy. Recommended tracks lead also
from E and NE into traffic lanes which lead to a roundabout situated 6.2 miles ENE of Set Navolok Cape (Mys SetNavolok). The inbound tracks lie N of the outbound tracks. Traffic lanes lead from the roundabout to the Precautionary
Area fronting the entrance. Inshore traffic zones are established between the traffic lanes and the coast on the W and SE
sides of the scheme. The TSS and routes in the approach to the Port of Murmansk have not been adopted by the IMO.
However, they have been made mandatory by the Russian authorities in the interest of safe navigation and Rule 10 of
the International Regulations for Preventing Collisions at Sea (1972) applies.
All above measures are presented in 'The Regime of Navigation at the Barents, White and Kara Seas (aggregate
description)' (published by the Russian Defense Ministry in 2007) which is by no means a source of law in ipso jure. It
is rather a compilation of different rules adopted by various competent authorities (including the USSR bodies).
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However, rules contained therein are regarded as obligatory though the origin of rules is often hard to trace. However,
in case of disputes courts are apt to refer to this publication as if it were a fully-fledged legal act. The only feasible
explanation is that it is the only source of consolidated information on navigation rules with unrestricted access as
navigation charts are classified.
2. The existing federal laws evidently provide a narrower range of navigation restriction measures as compared to
opportunities provided to the Russian Federation as a coastal State by virtue of international instruments and regulations
of IMO. The Federal Law 'On the internal maritime waters, territorial sea and contiguous zone' N 155-FZ of July 31,
1998 provides only for two types of site based navigation restrictions. They include 'areas in which navigation is
prohibited' and 'areas which are temporarily dangerous for navigation' (Art. 15). As for mandatory routing measures
Art. 13 of this Law suggests 'the regulation of maritime traffic, including the use of sea lanes and traffic separation
schemes'. However, literal understanding of Art. 13 implies its applicability to foreign flagged vessels exercising
innocent passage through the territorial sea.
Russian legislation on the level of Federal Law provides procedures for establishment of flexible navigation
restrictions only within port areas which are only tine part of Ia,b and IIa,b areas. The competent authority in respect of
introduction of navigation restrictions in port areas by virtue of Federal Law 'On Marine Ports' 2004 (and by-laws of the
Russian Ministry of Transport 2004) is the Russian Ministry of Transport.
Procedures of establishing lasting site based navigation restrictions under the Federal Law 'On the internal
maritime waters, territorial sea and contiguous zone' N 155-FZ of July 31, 1998 are quite fragmented. According to Art.
13 sea lanes in the internal maritime waters and the territorial sea are developed by the Russian Defense Ministry and
are subject to approval by the Russian Government. By virtue of Art. 15 and by-law adopted pursuant to it by the
Russian Government 'areas in which navigation is prohibited' are designated by the Russian Ministry of Transport,
whereas 'areas which are temporarily dangerous for navigation' are proclaimed by the Russian Defense Ministry.
As far as existing protected areas are concerned according to the available information the marine waters within
such protected areas do not fall under jurisdiction of any port authorities. Therefore the protection of marine ecosystems
in priority areas (Ia, b and IIa, b) from the adverse effects of shipping suggests involvement of the following authorities:
- the introduction of 'areas in which navigation is prohibited' is responsibility of the Russian Ministry of
Transport,
- the establishment of sea lanes is within the competence of the Russian Government, and
- the establishment of 'areas which are temporarily dangerous for navigation' is within the competence of the
Russian Defense Ministry.
These restrictive regimes may be introduces and enforced within the boundaries of maritime protected areas and
beyond as long as they do not cross the seaward limit of the territorial sea.
3. With the view to the above it appears that to date there is no legal instrument on national level providing for
the possibility to establish flexible measures of navigation restrictions not associated with total prohibition of
navigation to protect the environment on a regular basis. This conclusion is supported by the fact that 'The Regime of
Navigation in the Barents, White and Kara Seas (aggregate description)' contains much broader range of than those
provided by the Federal Law N 155-FZ of July 31, 1998.
In general, it should be recognized that the current Russian legislation offers fragmented regulation as to the
introduction of navigation restrictions for environmental reasons yet provides a complete set of rules as far as
implementation and enforcement are concerned. In this latter case, the legislation is detailed and fully establishes the
list of powers to ensure compliance with the restrictions of navigation in areas Ia,b and IIa,b. As 'Notices to Mariners'
contain no information on any routing requirement for navigating within Russian marine protected areas we assume that
such requirements do not exist. In the absence of such requirements published in 'Notices to Mariners' navigation within
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