The first ship, loaded with 7,000 tons of grain and protected by the Russian navy, left the Russian-occupied Ukrainian port of Berdyansk, new officials appointed by Moscow announced on Thursday. “After several months of derailment, the first merchant ship left the port of Berdyansk, leaving 7,000 tons of grain for the Allies.“In the Telegram, Evgeny Palitsky, head of the pro-Russian administration of the region, pointed out.”The protection of the cargo ship is provided by the buildings and launches of the Black Sea Fleet’s naval base in Novorossiysk.“, He added.
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Difficulties in exporting Russian grains
Ukraine Ukraine has been accusing Russia of stealing its wheat crops internationally from areas occupied by the Russian military in southern Ukraine for illegal sale internationally. Moscow denies any theft. Berdyansk, a port on the Sea of Azov, has been occupied by Russian forces since the beginning of the Russian offensive. It is located in the region of Zaporizhia, which is largely occupied by Russia, much like the neighboring region of Gershon. The Moscow offensive, launched on February 24 against Ukrainian neighbors, threatens to cause a global food crisis because Ukraine, a leading exporter of grain, has failed to export its crops from its controlled ports.
Russia promises to evacuate Ukrainian ships loaded with food items if the Ukrainian military removes landmines in its sea lanes. Kyiv denies that the Russian army will launch an offensive on the Ukrainian coast of the Black Sea, having already lost the entire perimeter of the Sea of Azov. Negotiations involving Turkey and the UN have so far yielded no results. As a result of Western sanctions in retaliation for the attack on Ukraine, Russia, for its part, has been unable to export its agricultural produce. In the territories of Moscow Kherson and Zaporizhya authorities. “Military and civil administrationsWho arranged the rassification of these areas. They say Russia is preparing to annex these territories, as it already did in 2014 on the Ukrainian peninsula of Crimea.
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