The day after Russia suspended its participation in the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which allowed the export of food from Ukrainian ports, the Joint Coordination Center announced that the Russian delegation would withdraw “indefinitely. “from the inspections in Istanbul of the ships carrying Ukrainian grain.
This came after the United Nations, Turkey and Ukraine agreed on a movement plan, which will be applied to 16 ships in Turkish waters.
The Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul said the three delegations also agreed to conduct inspections on 40 ships in Departure.
The center said in a statement that the Russian delegation was informed of the two plans.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed deep concern over the suspension of Ukrainian grain exports via sea, after Russia suspended its participation in an agreement that allowed the departure of these shipments to avoid a global food crisis.
Video footage showed a large number of grain ships anchored near the Bosphorus in Turkey following the Russian move, which took place in response to the Ukrainian bombing of Crimea.
Economists had expected grain futures prices to rise, according to “Reuters”.
Experts pointed out that Ukraine’s grain exports are in serious danger due to the suspension of the agreement for the export of grain across the Black Sea.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced that 218 ships had stopped due to Russia’s withdrawal from the grain export agreement, while 170 ships had stopped off the coast of Istanbul. in waiting for transit after the suspension of the Ukrainian grain export agreement.
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