Grains for shipment stored at the port of Odessa minted by the Russians

Cereals, ready to be shipped for export in the near future, are stored in the port of Odessa which was hit on Saturday by Russian missiles.

“I will not specify the volume, because the Ministry of Infrastructure is taking care of the load. We were going to make the first shipments tomorrow or the day after tomorrow,” said the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Development. Food of Ukraine in Suspilne. media.

As reported, on the morning of July 23, the Russian Federation hit Odessa with four missiles. The maritime trade port of Odessa was hit.

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Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry said the missile attack on the port of Odessa was Vladimir Putin’s spitting in the face of UN Secretary General António Guterres and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

In turn, US Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink called the missile attack on the port of Odessa scandalous, as it was launched less than 24 hours after the signing of an agreement authorizing shipments of agricultural exports.

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On July 22, an agreement was signed on the export of grain and other foodstuffs from Ukrainian ports following a quadripartite meeting in Istanbul between Ukraine, Turkey, the United Nations and Russia.


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