At the time of the Russian attack in the port of Odessa, grain was waiting to be sent – Ministry of Agrarian Policy

Tomorrow or the day after tomorrow the first departures were expected.

At the time of the Russian attack in the Odessa port, grain was waiting to be sent / photo REUTERS
At the time of the Russian attack in the Odessa port, grain was waiting to be sent / photo REUTERS

When Russian missiles attacked the Odessa seaport on Saturday, July 23, grain was waiting to be shipped there.

This was reported to ” Suspilny ” in the press service of the Ministry of Agrarian Policy.

“I won’t say the number, because the Ministry of Infrastructure is busy with the workload, then it’s up to them. We were already expecting the first departures tomorrow or the day after tomorrow,” the representative of the department said. 

Putin’s spit: what is known about the daring shelling of the port in Odessa 

As UNIAN reported earlier, on Saturday morning, July 23, the Russians attacked Odessa with four missiles. There is a hit in the Odessa commercial sea port.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine said that the  rocket attack on the port of Odessa is a spit in the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the face of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General António Guterres.

They called on the UN and Turkey to ensure that Russia complies with its obligations within the framework of the safe functioning of the grain corridor. 

 On the unblocking of three Ukrainian ports – “Odessa”, “Chernomorsk” and “Pivdenny” – on July 22, an agreement was signed in Istanbul . Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov and Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu signed separate identical agreements with the UN and Turkey.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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