SKC did not agree on the exit of the courts on October 30 on the “grain deal”

4 dry cargo ships with grain to Turkey

Arrival of a cargo ship with Ukrainian grain in Turkey

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An agreement on the movement of dry cargo ships along the maritime humanitarian corridor, created as part of the “Black Sea Grain Initiative”, on Sunday, October 30, was not reached. This was reported at the Joint Coordination Center (JCC) in Istanbul, which ensures the implementation of agreements on the export of agricultural products from the Black Sea ports of Ukraine.

The center explained that no agreement was reached on both ships departing with cargo and arriving ships, informs Interfax.

The Joint Coordination Center is analyzing the current situation, taking into account the position of the Russian Federation, and assessing the consequences of Moscow’s decision to withdraw from the “grain deal” for the work of the SKC.

On October 29, Russia officially notified the UN Secretary General of the suspension of participation in the “grain deal”. This decision was made after the Armed Forces of Ukraine used the humanitarian corridor for the export of food from Ukraine as a cover for the attack on the Sevastopol raid.

On October 30, the Russian authorities informed UN Coordinator at the Joint Coordinating Center (JCC) in Istanbul, Amir Abdullah on the temporary suspension of participation in the “grain deal”. Abdullah, in turn, conveyed this information to the Turkish and Ukrainian delegations at the Joint Coordination Center.

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