Russia Blocked the Grain Corridor

by Meifan Honcharuk
Thursday, July 6, 2023
Russia Blocked the Grain Corridor

The terrorists demand all vessels leave the sea by July 18, and from the EU/G7 — lift sanctions on the leaky ammonia “Togliatti” pipeline 

The Joint coordination centre in Turkey reports that as of June 26, Russia has not issued a permit for the movement of the green grain corridor to a single vessel.

On June 28, the occupiers let 2 bulk carriers pass toward Odesa port. After that, on the 29th, that is, for a week, not a single vessel passed inspection to enter the Ukrainian Black sea.

On July 2, Agapi S left the port of Chernomorsk with 55.880 tons of grain for the Netherlands, and on July 4, Akdeniz M left the port Odesa with 30.000 tons of wheat for Turkey.

Now in the Black Sea, there are (possibly blocked) 7 dry cargo vessels loaded with agricultural products that left the ports Odesa and Chernomorsk: 3 are moving to China, and the rest to India, Turkey, Djibouti and France. Plus, 3 vessels are now loading or moving to Ukrainian ports.

Russia admitted that it was blocking the ports and demanded that all vesselss leave the so far safe water area of 2 Ukrainian ports by July 18. Russia is blackmailing countries, forcing them to note the blockade of the Togliati-Odesa ammonia pipeline. Notably, the Russian army shot through this pipeline in 2+ places.

Ukraine plans to export without agricultural products outside the grain initiative — through the ports of the Danube.

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