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.