Over past week, 664,000 tonnes of food exported from Odesa’s ports, russian sabotage affects volumes of work under grain agreement — Oblast Military Administration
Due to the russians’ sabotaging inspections of ships with food headed to or from the ports of Odesa, the volume of work under the grain agreement is decreasing. Serhii Bratchuk, Head of the Public Council under the Odesa Oblast State Administration, Spokesman of the Head of Oblast Military Administration spoke about this at a briefing at Media Center Ukraine — Ukrinform.
“The situation with electricity leads to flexible work schedules with regard to the grain agreement at the ports of Great Odesa. Although the most important problem, and this is reported by the relevant ministry, is particularly that the russian side is sabotaging the inspection of ships that go to the ports of Great Odesa or depart from us to the ports of destination. This sabotage affects the volume of work under the grain agreement. Over the past week, 18 vessels exported 664,000 tonnes of food from the ports of Great Odesa. This is a third less than the week before. The main thing is not the storms and not even difficulties on the energy front, but sabotage on the part of the russian federation. In particular, 60,000 tonnes of wheat were sent to Kenya, 56,000 tonnes — to Bangladesh, and 60,000 tonnes of Ukrainian sunflower oil — to India. I hope that the work of the grain agreement will improve and volumes will begin to grow slowly,” — Bratchuk said.
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