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Zelenskyj: Grain transports can start soon | NDR.de – News

As of: 07/29/2022 11:58 p.m

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According to his office, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy (front right) visited the port of Chornomorsk on the Black Sea.

According to its President Zelenskyy, Ukraine is ready for the first grain transports across the Black Sea since the beginning of the war. Turkey and the United Nations are waiting for starting signals. Deliveries from Ukraine could start shortly. Zelenskyj spoke after a visit to the Black Sea port of Chornomorsk south of Odessa. Mediated by Turkey, Ukraine and Russia reached an agreement last week on safe grain exports. Rockets fell in Odessa just hours after the agreement. Up to 25 million tons of grain are blocked in Ukrainian ports, exacerbating famine in numerous countries. Welthungerhilfe is hoping for a speedy resumption of exports. If “millions of tons of wheat from Odessa” were shipped, grain could become cheaper on the world market, from which poor countries in particular would benefit, said the general secretary of the aid organization, Mathias Mogge, the SWR. At the same time, the new Ukrainian harvest could only be stored after export.

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NDR Info | Current | 07/29/2022 | 11:30 p.m

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