All existing routes established by the Navy are valid and used by civilian vehicles, the relevant ministry assured.
The information about the suspension of the temporary grain corridor due to a possible threat from Russia is false. This was announced by the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine on Thursday, October 26.
“The information about the cancellation or unexpected stoppage of the temporary corridor for the movement of civilian ships from and to the ports of Great Odessa is false. All existing routes established by the Ukrainian Navy are valid and in use of civilian ships,” the message said.
At the same time, the ministry noted that due to the fact that the corridor was implemented in the very difficult conditions of the Russian military invasion, its operation takes into account the military situation and weather conditions.
“Currently, 23 vessels are loading at the ports of Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny. In total, 51 vessels used the entry corridor. 33 vessels exported more than 1.3 million tons of products Ukrainian agricultural and other cargo,” the department added.
Earlier on Thursday, information emerged about the alleged suspension of the grain corridor in the Black Sea due to a possible threat from Russia.
And yesterday the Ukrainian Armed Forces announced that Russian aviation became active in the grain corridor. The Russians dropped some explosive devices.
before Correspondent.net wrote in detail how Ukraine is creating its own Black Sea trade corridor.
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