On July 22, Ukraine-UN-Turkey signed an agreement on the safe export of grain from 3 Ukrainian ports. Russia signed a mirror treaty with Turkey and the UN and fired missiles at the port of Odesa in less than a day.
However, on August 1, the cargo ship Razoni left the port of Odesa, loaded with 26.527 Ukrainian corn grains. On August 2, it successfully passed through a safe route along the Black sea. Now the ship is in the area of the Romanian Sulina in the Danube delta, moving to the Bosporus, and on August 3 will arrive in the Lebanese port of Tripoli. In this port, a Syrian ship loaded with grain stolen in Ukraine was detained on July 27.
Since the beginning of Russia's attack on Ukraine, 16 ships have been blocked in the port of Odesa. Now they are in line to leave the Ukrainian port.
"Turkey expects roughly one grain ship to leave Ukrainian ports each day as long as an agreement that ensures safe passage holds," Reuters.