ODESA, Ukraine – Ukraine is able to begin transport grain from two Black Sea ports below a U.N.-brokered settlement however no date has been set for the primary cargo, Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov mentioned on Friday.
He informed reporters within the southern port of Odesa that 17 vessels trapped by a five-month Russian blockade of Ukraine’s Black Sea ports had been already loaded with grain, and one other was now being loaded.
He hoped the primary vessels would begin leaving port by the tip of this week.
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