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The Map of the Listed Areas of War Risk Navigation Limitations | IBF LIST of Designated War Risk Areas, with Applicable Benefits (latest update) + DMW Board Resolution Warlike Trading Areas and Ports.


Amended IBF List of Designated Risk Areas with Applicable Benefits, effective as of 19 March 2024. This information is issued via Circular (24) 27 by the International Maritime Employers’ Council (IMEC).


Please note that this amendment is still subject to adoption of the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW).



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The Maritime Industry Tripartite Council (MITC) of the Philippines, in a meeting presided over by the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) last March 19th, strongly recommended to the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) the classification of the southern portion of the Red Sea and the entire Gulf of Aden as “war-like zones” (WLZs).
 
The move comes in the wake of continued missile and drone attacks launched by Houthi rebels sympathetic to the Palestinian militant group, Hamas, in their conflict with Israel.
 
“Our seafarers are not soldiers or military personnel and we cannot allow them to risk their safety and lives by operating in areas with conditions similar to a war situation,” DMW Officer-in-Charge Hans Leo J. Cacdac explained.
 
The International Bargaining Forum (IBF) is the forum that brings together the ITF (International Transport Workers Federation) and the international maritime employers that make up the Joint Negotiating Group (JNG).

Cacdac added that the DMW will institute several mechanisms and processes within its regulatory ambit that shall allow Filipino seafarers to exercise their “right to refuse” sailing on vessels bound for areas classified as “war-like zones.”
 
Among others, shipping companies and licensed manning agencies (LMAs) shall be required to register as a “significant event” the passage of any of their ships to the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden through the DMW electronic Overseas Welfare Monitoring System (OWMS). Failure to report such a significant event opens the shipping principal and manning agency to appropriate sanctions.

“The DMW and MITC prioritizes the safety and rights of seafarers, who should be made fully aware of their assigned routes and the potential dangers involved. At the same time, they should be protected from discrimination or withheld compensation for exercising their right to refuse sailing” Cacdac stressed.
 
“The DMW shall open an electronic portal as well as dedicated hotlines through which our seafarers may inform the department that they are exercising their right to refuse sailing," Cacdac added.
The DMW and the MITC communication also reiterates the call for enhanced security measures in ships traversing the highly volatile sea route, which entails maritime security escorts and onboard security personnel.
 
The MITC is a consultative body on policies and programs on the welfare and protection of seafarers, composed of Philippine government agencies, seafarers’ groups, associations of licensed manning agencies, and PHL shipowners.



AMENDED IBF LIST OF DESIGNATED RISK AREAS WITH APPLICABLE BENEFITS (AS OF 16 FEBRUARY 2024)


Herewith is the copy of the amended IBF list of designated risk areas, along with the applicable benefits as of 16 February 2024 for your reference and guidance. This update is in accordance with Circular (24) 15 issued by the International Maritime Employers’ Council (IMEC), which states that the IBF List of Designated Areas has been amended to extend the existing high-risk areas in the Southern Red Sea and the Bab El Mandeb Strait, encompassing the Gulf of Aden in its entirety, and including the Maritime Security Transit Corridor. The inclusion of such areas is due to the ongoing military conflict in Israel and Palestine.

The updated designations will be in effect from 16 February 2024.



DMW ADVISORY NO. 33 SERIES OF 2023 RE: AMENDED LIST OF THE IBF WARLIKE AND HIGH-RISK AREAS EFFECTIVE 22 DECEMBER 2023


Herewith is the copy of Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) Advisory No. 33 Series of 2023, which adopts the Amended List of the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) Warlike and High-Risk Areas effective 22 December 2023. The advisory was issued and adopted by the Department on 29 December 2023.




UPDATED IBF HIGH RISK AREA - RED SEA



Updated IBF LIST of designated risk areas, with applicable benefits (as of 22 December 2023). The updated list includes the designation of a High-Risk Area (HRA) in the Red Sea.


Background:



In view of the increasing number of attacks on vessels navigating in the southern Red Sea since the capture of the vessel in November, the JNG/ITF has been discussing the revision of the IBF designated area in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. As a result of the discussions, labor and management have reached an agreement on the designation of a new HRA with an applicable period until February 1, 2024.


Scope of designation:



1. Red Sea



Commencing from the Saudi Arabia Border at 16°24.12 N and running West until Eritrea.
From the Southern side ending at the Traffic Separation Scheme (TSS) in the Bab El Mandeb Strait running parallel to the Eritrea, Djibouti border.


2. Gulf of Aden



From the central Yemini Coast, a cross section commencing from Aden, a port in Yemen at 45°01.40 E and running South until the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC) at 12°05.00 N.
From this position running west along the Recommended Security Corridor (RSC) until the Warlike Operations Area intercepts.


Conditions:

  1. Seafarers on board vessels transiting this area shall be paid an amount equal to their base pay for the actual stay/transit period.
  2. Double compensation for death and disability incurred while transiting these waters.
  3. Strengthening of security requirements, including ISPS Level 3

Copy of the revised IBF list of designated risk areas with applicable benefits as of 22 December 2023





Notice jointly issued by the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the Joint Negotiating Group (JNG)





Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) Advisory No. 29 Series of 2023, which adopts the Amended List of the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) Warlike and High-Risk Areas effective 01 November 2023.



The Map of the Listed Areas of War Risk Navigation Limitations

Effective from 0:00 am on 16th of May, 2023


The Map of the Listed Areas of War Risk Navigation Limitations


Map 1 (A) Nigeria, (B) Benin, (C) Togo, (D)Gulf of Guine


Map 1 (A) Nigeria, (B) Benin, (C) Togo, (D)Gulf of Guine

(D) Gulf of Guinea

This exclusion shall not apply where the vessels or craft are transiting the above area and are more than 30 nautical miles offshore as long as whilst transiting such vessels or craft shall not call at any port or place or interrupt their passage to engage in the transfer of cargo, stores, personnel or the like.



Map 2 (F) Syria, (H) (b)Saudi Arabia (Red Sea coast), (I) Israel, (J) Lebanon (P) Libya


Map 2 (F) Syria, (H) (b)Saudi Arabia (Red Sea coast), (I) Israel, (J) Lebanon (P) Libya
(J) Lebanon It is understood and agreed that the vessel calls to Lebanon without giving notice of the voyage (except for B&T). However, this dispensation may be cancelled by insurer with 3 working days notice

(H) (b) Saudi Arabia (Red Sea coast) excluding transits This exclusion shall not apply where the vessels or craft are transiting the water claimed by Saudi Arabia as their territorial waters, as long as whilst transiting, such vessels or craft shall not call at any port or place or interrupt their passage to engage in the transfer cargo, stores, personnel or the like.


Map 3 (E) Somalia, (K) Yemen, (M) Indian Ocean, (Q) Pakistan, (R) Oman-Musandam Governorate only, (U) Cabo Delgado


Map 3 (E) Somalia, (K) Yemen, (M) Indian Ocean, (Q) Pakistan, (R) Oman-Musandam Governorate only, (U) Cabo Delgado


Map 3-1 (G) Iraq, (H) (a) Saudi Arabia (Gulf coast), (O) Iran, (R) Oman-Musandam Governorate only (S) Persian or Arabian Gulf and adjacent waters including the Gulf of Oman west of the line from Oman’s territorial limit off Cape al-Hadd at 22°42.5'N, 59°54.5’E northeast to the Iran-Pakistan border at 25°10.5'N, 61°37.5'E, (T) United Arab Emirates


Map 3-1 (G) Iraq, (H) (a) Saudi Arabia (Gulf coast), (O) Iran, (R) Oman-Musandam Governorate only (S) Persian or Arabian Gulf and adjacent waters including the Gulf of Oman west of the line from Oman’s territorial limit off Cape al-Hadd at 22°42.5'N, 59°54.5’E northeast to the Iran-Pakistan border at 25°10.5'N, 61°37.5'E, (T) United Arab Emirates



Map 3-2 Red Sea : (E) Somalia, (H) (b) Saudi Arabia (Red Sea coast) (K) Yemen, (L) Eritrea, (X)Sudan


Map 3-2 Red Sea : (E) Somalia, (H) (b) Saudi Arabia (Red Sea coast) (K) Yemen, (L) Eritrea, (X)Sudan


Map 4 (N) Venezuela


Map 4 (N) Venezuela

(N) Venezuela ・including all offshore installations located within its Exclusive Economic Zone, which is deemed to extend 200 nautical miles from the coast of mainland Venezuela.

But this area; (i) shall not include any installations in the above area which are in the territorial waters, out to 12 nautical miles, of Islands, Dependencies or Countries which are not owned by Venezuela.

(ii) shall not apply where the vessels or craft transiting Venezuelan waters as long as whilst transiting, such vessels or craft shall not call at any port or place or interrupt their passage to engage in the transfer of cargo, stores, personnel or the like.

・It is understood and agreed that the vessel calls to Venezuela other than Lake Maracaibo & Gulf of Venezuela South of 11°North without giving notice of the voyage (except for B&T). However, this dispensation may be cancelled by insurer with 3 working days notice


Map5 (V) Europe


Map5 (V) Europe

•1) Sea of Azov and Black Sea waters enclosed by the following boundaries
a) On the west, around Romanian waters, from the Ukraine-Romania border at 45° 10.858'N, 29° 45.929’E
to high seas point 45° 11.235'N, 29° 51.140’E
b) thence to high seas point 45° 11.474'N, 29° 59.563'E and on to high seas point 45° 5.354'N, 30° 2.408’E
c) thence to high seas point 44° 46.625'N, 30° 58.722'E and on to high seas point 44° 44.244'N, 31° 10.497’E
d) thence to high seas point 44° 2.877'N, 31° 24.602'E and on to high seas point 43° 27.091'N, 31° 19.954’E
e) and then east to the Russia-Georgia border at 43° 23.126'N, 40° 0.599'E

•2) All inland waters of Ukraine, including inland waters within Crimea and other Ukrainian territories under Russian control

•3) Inland waters of Russia within the following areas:
a. River Don, from Sea of Azov to vertical line at 41° E
b. River Donets, from River Don to Ukraine border

•4) All inland waters of Belarus south of horizontal line at 52° 30’ N


Map6 (W) Russia


Map6 (W) Russia

(W) Russia including the Chishima Islands (Kuril Islands) claimed by Russia. This exclusion shall not apply where the vessels or craft which are transiting the waters of the Sลya Strait and/or the waters surrounding the Kuril Islands, less than 12 nautical miles offshore of islands claimed by Russia as long as whilst transiting, such vessels or craft shall not call at any port or place or interrupt their passage to engage in the transfer of cargo, stores, personnel or the like



Amended List of the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) Warlike and High-Risks Areas, Effective 01 January 2023


Memorandum Circular No. 02 Series of 2023 issued by the Department of Migrant Workers (DMW) on 28 March 2023 with subject "Amended List of the International Bargaining Forum (IBF) Warlike and High-Risks Areas, Effective 01 January 2023".




IBF LIST of designated risk areas, with applicable benefits (as of 1st January 2023):


  1. IBF Warlike Operations Area – 12 nm. off the mainland Yemeni Coast, including all ports, excluding Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea
  2. “IBF Extended Risk Zone” – Gulf of Guinea, from the Liberia/Ivory Coast border to 00°N 005°E, to the Angola/Namibia border
  3. IBF Warlike Operations Area – Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N
  4. IBF Warlike Operations Area – Northern Black Sea Region
  5. Warlike Operations Area – all ports in Ukraine


IBF LIST of designated risk areas, with applicable benefits (as of 1st January 2023): 


1. IBF Warlike Operations Area 

– 12 nm. off the mainland Yemeni Coast, including all ports, excluding Maritime  Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea – Charts 1, 2 and 3 


• bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer;  

• doubled compensations for death and disability;  

• right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage  • recommended to operate at ISPS Level 3  


2. “IBF Extended Risk Zone” 

– Gulf of Guinea, from the Liberia/Ivory Coast border to 00°N 005°E, to the  Angola/Namibia border – Chart 4 


• bonus equal to basic wage, payable only on the day the vessel is attacked in an act of piracy; 

• doubled compensations for death and disability if they occur on the day the vessel isattacked 

• increased BMP level 


3. IBF Warlike Operations Area 

– Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N – Chart 5 


• bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer; 

• doubled compensations for death and disability; 

• right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage • recommended to operate at ISPS Level 3 


4. IBF Warlike Operations Area 

– Northern Black Sea Region – Chart 6 


• bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer; 

• doubled compensations for death and disability; 

• right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage • recommended to operate at ISPS Level 3 


5. Warlike Operations Area 

– all ports in Ukraine 


• bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer; 

• doubled compensations for death and disability; 

• right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage • recommended to operate at ISPS Level 3


Chart 1: Warlike Area 12nm off the Yemeni Mainland coast (west) 


Chart 1: Warlike Area 12nm off the Yemeni Mainland coast (west)
Warlike Area 12’ off  Yemeni Coast

Chart 2: East Africa

Warlike Area 12’ off Yemeni Coast (also shown on Chart 1) / Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC)
Warlike Area 12’ off Yemeni Coast (also shown on Chart 1) / Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC)


Chart 3: Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea and the Bab al-Mandeb Strait 


(Vessels transiting within the MSTC are NOT in the Warlike Area) / Warlike Area 12’ off  Yemeni Coast Maritime Security  Transit Corridor (MSTC)
(Vessels transiting within the MSTC are NOT in the Warlike Area) / Warlike Area 12’ off  Yemeni Coast Maritime Security  Transit Corridor (MSTC)


Chart 4: Gulf of Guinea ERZ


Extended Risk Zone, Gulf of Guinea
Extended Risk Zone, Gulf of Guinea


Chart 5: IBF Warlike Operations Area – Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N


IBF Warlike Operations Area – Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N
IBF Warlike Operations Area – Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N


Chart 6: IBF Warlike Operations Area – Northern Black Sea Region


IBF Warlike Operations Area – Northern Black Sea Region
IBF Warlike Operations Area – Northern Black Sea Region



IBF list of Risk designations (details) 


DESIGNATION 1. 


IBF Warlike Operations Area – 12 n.m. off Yemeni mainland Coast 


• This Warlike Operations Area includes Yemeni territorial waters extending up to the 12 nautical miles  limit from the border of Yemen with Saudi Arabia in the Red Sea and the border of Yemen and Oman in the Gulf of Aden, with the exception ofthe Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea where  the lanes of this safe passage corridor overlap with this Warlike Area. 

• This Warlike Area applies to all vessels, whether underway or not, including all vessels at anchor and  berthed “all fast” within the Area 


During a vessel’s transit of this Area, the protection of seafarers through the ISPS Level 3 measure should be adopted,  which may include the provision of personnel or systems which appropriately reduce the vulnerability of a vessel.  The sufficiency of such extra security measures should be determined depending on vessel type, size, freeboard during transit and speed, with consulting and seeking advice ofrespective ITF union(s) where necessary. 


During the period of transit/stay within this Warlike Area, seafarers shall be entitled to compensation amounting to  100% of the basic wage and a doubled compensation payable in case of death and disability. This entitlement should  be payable for a minimum of 5 days upon the entry into the Area and further for each day of the vessel’s actual stay  in the Area. 


In the case of vessels transiting the IBF Warlike Area, seafarers have the right not to proceed with the passage. In  such an event, the seafarer concerned shall be repatriated at the company’s cost with benefits accrued until date of  return to the port of engagement and with the payment of 2 months’ basic wage as compensation. 


This Area excludes the Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea established by Combined Maritime  Forces (CMF). This corridor is patrolled by international naval forces and therefore recommended for a safe passage.  


This designation is in force from 0001Z on 1 March 2018.



DESIGNATION 2. 


“IBF Extended Risk Zone” – Gulf of Guinea including all ports, terminals and road anchorages and inland  waterways. 


The coordinates of this area run in a direct line from the Liberia/Ivory Coast border to 00°N 005°E, to the  Angola/Namibia border 

During a vessel’s transit of this area, protection of seafarers through the provision of increased security measures  should be adopted. Such measures must be above the latest Best Management Practice (BMP West Africa) level and  may include the provision of personnel or systems which appropriately reduce the vulnerability of a vessel. The  sufficiency of such extra security measures should be determined depending on vessel type, size, freeboard during  transit and speed, with consulting and seeking advice of respective ITF union(s) wherenecessary. 


The adoption of Best Management Practice is required as a minimum standard of protection. 


During the period of transit of the Extended Risk Zone, each seafarer shall be entitled to a bonus equal to 100% of the basic wage and a doubled compensation in case of injury or death on any day during which the vessel they are  serving on is attacked. The proof of these entitlements shall be subject to a confirmed entry into the ship’s logbook  and a report of attack being lodged with recognised international reporting authorities, such as MDAT-GoG. The maximum period when these entitlements may apply shall not exceed the number of days of the vessel’s transit of  the IBF Extended Risk Zone. Forthe purpose ofthis article an attackmeans any unauthorised and obvious action taken  by a third party in a willful attempt to board or damage the vessel or to harm the crew which leads to the activation  of the relevant vessel contingency plans including the alerting of the whole crew. Individual random attempts  (whether successful or not) of unarmed boarding for the purpose of unauthorized sale, begging, minor stealth and  etc. leading to no harm/damage to the crew and posing no threat to seafarers’ lives, health and safety shall not  count as ‘attacks’ for the purpose of this article. 


A vessel will not be considered to be in the Extended Risk Zone, once berthed “all fast” within the area. 


This designation is in force from 0001Z on 1st January 2023



DESIGNATION 3: 


Warlike Operations Area – Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N. 


During a vessel’s transit of this Area, the protection of seafarers through the ISPS Level 3 measure should be adopted,  which may include the provision of personnel or systems which appropriately reduce the vulnerability of a vessel. The sufficiency of such extra security measures should be determined depending on vessel type, size, freeboard during transit and speed, with consulting and seeking advice ofrespective ITF union(s) where necessary. 


During the period of transit/stay within this Warlike Area, seafarers shall be entitled to compensation amounting to  100% of the basic wage and a doubled compensation payable in case of death and disability. This entitlement should  be payable for a minimum of 5 days upon the entry into the Area and further for each day of the vessel’s actual stay  in the Area. 


In the case of vessels transiting the IBF Warlike Area, seafarers have the right not to proceed with the passage. In  such an event, the seafarer concerned shall be repatriated at the company’s cost with benefits accrued until date of  return to the port of engagement and with the payment of 2 months’ basic wage as compensation. 


The designation is in effect from 1st March 2022 until 24th January 2023, unless extended by mutual consent.



DESIGNATION 4: 


Warlike Operations Area - Northern Black Sea Region 


• This Warlike Operations Area runsfrom the Ukrainian/Romanian borderto position 45° 10’N 031° 00’E  and to position 45° 25’N 032° 30’E. 

The entitlements are the same as those listed in Designation 3 above (IBF WOA Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N) 


The designation is in effect from 1st March 2022 until 24th January 2023, unless extended by mutual consent.



DESIGNATION 5: 


Warlike Operations Area – all ports in Ukraine 


• This Warlike Area applies to all vessels, whether underway or not, including all vessels at anchor and  berthed “all fast” within the Area 


The entitlements are the same as those listed in Designation 3 above (IBF WOA Sea of Azov, north of latitude 46°N) The designation is in effect from 1st March 2022 until 24th January 2023, unless extended by mutual consent.



SOURCE: International Mariners Management Association of Japan (IMMAJ) via PHILIPPINE-JAPAN MANNING CONSULTATIVE COUNCIL, INC. Memo Circular No.  : 016-2022




IBF LIST of Designated Warlike War Risk Areas, with applicable benefits (as of 1st November 2020)



1) IBF Warlike Operations Area – 12 nm. off the mainland Yemeni Coast, excluding Maritime Security Transit Corridor (MSTC) in the Red Sea - Charts 1 and 2a

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer;

 doubled compensations for death and disability;

 right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage

1a) IBF Warlike Operations Area – all ports in Yemen – Chart 2a

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable for 5 days minimum + per day if longer;

 doubled compensations for death and disability;

 right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost and compensation equal to 2 month’s basic wage



2) “IBF High Risk Area” – Gulf of Aden + 12 nm. off Somali East Coast (Shown in red shade on Chart 2 below, excluding the Internationally Recognized Transit Corridor (IRTC) as detailed in Chart 2a)

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable for the actual duration of stay / transit;

 doubled compensations for death and disability;

 right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost

 increased BMP level



3) “IBF Extended Risk Zone” – West Indian Ocean and the Red Sea, up to the Yemen/Saudi Arabia border at 16⁰ 22’N (shown on chart 2a and 2b) and including the MSTC (shown on charts 1 and 3) but excluding the Warlike Operations Areas and the High Risk Area designated in 1, and 2a above.

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable only on the day the vessel is attacked;

 doubled compensations for death and disability if occur on the day the vessel is attacked

 increased BMP level



4) “IBF High Risk Area” – Gulf of Guinea: territorial waters (12 n m.), ports and inland waterways of Nigeria and Benin (chart 4a), excluding the MEZ, SAA and the STS* (Shown in green shade on chart 4b below, excluding the Maritime Exclusion Zone (MEZ), the Secure Anchorage Area (SAA) and the Ship-to-Ship Zone (STS) which are to be treated as IBF Extended Risk Zones with identical treatment as Designation 3 above)

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable for the actual duration of stay / transit;

 doubled compensations for death and disability;

 right to refuse sailing, with repatriation at company’s cost (by submitting respective notice)

 increased security requirements



5). “IBF Extended Risk Zone” – Gulf of Guinea, from the Liberia/Ivory Coast border to the Congo/Angola border (chart 5), excluding the IBF High Risk Area specified as Designation 4.

 bonus equal to basic wage, payable only on the day the vessel is attacked;

 doubled compensations for death and disability if occur on the day the vessel is attacked

 increased BMP level


Attachment to the IBF list of warlike and high-risk designations

DESIGNATION 1. IBF Warlike Operations Area – 12 n.m. off Yemeni mainland Coast

DESIGNATION 1a. IBF Warlike Operations Area: all ports in Yemen

DESIGNATION 2. “IBF High Risk Area”: Gulf of Aden + 12 n.m. off Somali East Coast, excluding the IRTC

DESIGNATION 3. “IBF Extended Risk Zone” – W. Indian Ocean and Red Sea, with the addition of the Maritime Security

Transit Corridor (MSTC) which includes the Internationally Recognized Transit Corridor (IRTC).

DESIGNATION 4. “IBF High Risk Area” – Gulf of Guinea, excluding the Maritime Exclusion Zone (MEZ), the Secure

Anchorage Area (SAA) and the Ship-to-Ship Zone (STS)

DESIGNATION 5. “IBF Extended Risk Zone” – Gulf of Guinea, including the Maritime Exclusion Zone (MEZ), the Secure Anchorage

Area (SAA) and the Ship-to-Ship Zone (STS), excluding 12nm off the coast of Nigeria and Benin


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