The relevant statement was made by Reuters, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
In a statement, the Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) in Istanbul, where Russian, Ukrainian and Turkish and UN personnel are working, said the three delegations had also agreed for inspections to be provided on Monday to 40 outbound vessels.
According to the JCC, the Russian delegation was informed of both plans.
A reminder that, earlier, Russia accused Ukraine and the United Kingdom of ‘terrorist attacks’ on the Black Sea Fleet vessels and announced its withdrawal from the grain initiative.
On October 29, 2022, explosions rocked the anchorage of the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. Ukraine did not confirm its involvement.
Photo: Ukrainian Infrastructure Ministry
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