August 14, 2022

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Ukraine announced the departure of the first ship with 26.000 tons of cereals from the port of Odesa

Barcos de cargo atracados en el puerto del mar Negro de Odessa, Ukraina

The Ministerio de Infraestructuras de Ukraina informed today of the departure of a first ship with a shipment of 26,000 tons of cereals from the commercial port of Odesa, in the Black Sea, according to the Ukrainian portal Ukriform.

De acuerdo con ese medio, que cita fuentes ministeriales, el cargoro “Razoni” viaja bajo bandera de Sierra Leone y se dirige al puerto de Trípoli, en el Líbano, con tons de maíz ucraniano.

Anteriormente A spokesperson of the Turkish Government had informed of the expected departure of a first cargo this morning, after the agreement reached at the end of July between Russia and Ukraine.por separado, para posibilitar el debloqueo del grano ukraniano.

Turkey actua como verificador de ese accordo, en la que ese país actuó de valedor junto con Naciones Unidas, y dirige asimismo el centro de control established para velar por las operaciones.

The purpose of the agreement is to make it possible again to export Ukrainian cereals and to alleviate the worsening global food crisis since the beginning of the war in Ukraine last February.

The beginning of the operations was made difficult by various attacks against the port of Odesa, one of the three of those that must be partir estos transports, between the accusations of Kiev and the international community towards Russia to undermine the agreement.

El ministro de Defensa turco, Hulusi Akar
El ministro de Defensa turco, Hulusi Akar

A ello siguieron varios operativos de deminado de las aguas de las puertos y nuevas demoras, supervised by Turkey and a team integrated by experts from otros países occidentales.

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“Se ha acordado que el buque Razoni, que navega bajo bandera de Sierra Leone y lleva una carga de maíz a Líbano, saldrá el 1 de Augusto a las 8:30 h (5:30 GMT) del puerto de Odesa”, reza un comunicado difundido por el Ministerio de Defensa turco. en su página web.

Programas de seguido marítimo como Vesselfinder and MarineTraffic show that the ship started to leave the dock with casi una hour of delay and shortly before 7:00 GMT rebasó el faro que marca la entrada del porto.

According to the cited programs, the ship is scheduled to arrive in Istanbul at 18.00 GMT on Tuesday, tomorrow.

The trip is realized in the framework of the agreement signed last July 22 in Istanbul between Moscow, Kiev, Ankara and the United Nations, to allow safe exportation of Ukrainian cereal, blocked since the Russian invasion of Ukraine last February.

A coordination center established in Istanbul, with delegates from the three countries and the United Nations, will be responsible for supervising the route of the boats and inspecting the cargo.

According to the Turkish authorities, there is no danger of floating mines en la ruta de los barcos.

(With information from EFE)

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