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Oct. 30 () –
The representations of the UN, Turkey and Ukraine have approved the inspection of 14 vessels with a view to their departure or arrival at the Ukrainian ports of the Black Sea within the framework of the agreement for the export of grain despite the suspension announced on Saturday by Russia.
The approved program provides for Monday to continue with the inspection of the 14 ships, as published by the UN delegation to the Joint Coordination Center based in Istanbul. The Russian delegation has been informed about it, highlights the Russian news agency TASS.
There are twelve ships that will depart from Ukrainian ports and two that have requested to dock there. In addition, there are six ships that have already set sail from Ukrainian ports, although they have not yet entered the humanitarian corridor.
These ships carry a total of 186,400 tons of food. In addition, there are 21 ships with 700,000 tons of cargo to access Ukrainian ports.