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March 19, 2020

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South Adriatic AdSP mitigating the impact of the emergency on port operators in the System

Additional extended payments are expected compared to those fixed by the decree-law "Cura Italia". Including others Categories

The Adriatic Sea Port System Authority South Has announced that it has decided to postpone the terms of payment of royalties and port fees by introducing additional measures within the legal limits of what is decree 18 "Cura Italia" adopted government to deal with the impact of the Covid-19 emergency ( 18 March 2020).

The president of the port authority of Puglia, Ugo Patroni Griffi, signed ordinance 4 of 18 March 2020, which provides for the postponement of until December 15th of the royalty payments owed by the authorised port companies (Art. 16, and 17 Law 84/94) port operations at the five ports of the system (Bari, Brindisi, Manfredonia, Barletta and Monopoly), and all port companies that are also concessionaires of state-owned areas (art.18 law 84/94), terms - recalled the authority port - which, on the other hand, the decree-law 18 sets to 31 July.

In addition, the AdSP also introduced other categories not covered by the decree-law "Cura Italia", broadening the spectrum of beneficiaries of the Measure. These are all dealers in state areas (Art. 36 of the Navigation Code), which will benefit from an extension to 15 November of the payment deadline shipping companies (Article 6 law 84/94) instead, they will see deferred by 30 days, from the issuance of the invoice, the deadline for paying port rights, without the application of interest.

"The Covid-19 - explained Patroni Griffi - is attacking fiercely even the lungs of our economy. Through the measure we intend to give a breath of oxygen to the whole our maritime cluster that records daily and continuous push-ups in the trafficking of people and means. We're doing one significant effort, to allow companies to recover going far beyond the legis ratio of the "Cura Italy." An additional help that we want to provide to the whole port community in the southern Adriatic because may have time to recover, once it is finished emergency."

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