Three more ships with Ukrainian grain leave ports of Odesa region

Three more ships with Ukrainian grain leave ports of Odesa region

Three ships with Ukrainian grain left the ports of Odesa region on November 1.

Spokesman for the Odesa Regional Military Administration, Serhii Bratchuk, reported this on Telegram with reference to the Twitter page of Turkey’s Ministry of Defense.

"Three ships with grain left Ukrainian ports on Tuesday, November 1, 2022," the report says.

As Ukrinform reported, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is holding negotiations on resuming Russia's participation in the grain agreement.

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Earlier, the Russian Federation accused Ukraine and Britain of "terrorist attacks on ships of the Black Sea Fleet" and announced its withdrawal from the grain initiative.

On October 31, twelve ships with agricultural products left the Ukrainian ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Pivdennyi towards the countries of Africa, Asia and Europe.


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