The export of grain and food from Ukraine within the “Black Sea Grain Initiative” will resume on Thursday, November 3. This was told by the UN coordinator for the “grain deal” Amir Abdullah.
As the representative of the world organization noted, the export of agricultural products should be continued within the framework of the agreements reached, informs prime agency.
However, on Wednesday, November 2, ships with food and other agro-industrial products are not scheduled to leave the Black Sea ports of Ukraine.
The Turkish Ministry of Defense previously stated that dry cargo ships under the Turkish flag do not face any problems as part of the implementation of the “Black Sea Grain Initiative” – ships that left Ukrainian ports and are at sea, continued on their way without difficulty.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed that in order to continue the export of agricultural products within the framework of the “grain deal”, Ukraine must guarantee the use of the corridors allocated for this exclusively for humanitarian, not military purposes.