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The capacity of the grain corridor decreases

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Russia has artificially created a queue of 150 ships that cannot enter Ukrainian ports.

Odessa ports have reduced their work to 25-30% of their capacity due to Russia’s actions, which deliberately delayed the full implementation of the grain deal. The press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure reported this on Sunday, October 23.

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“Today, October 23, the bulk carrier PANGEO, chartered by the UN World Food Program (WFP), left the port of Chornomorsk. It is carrying 40,000 tons of wheat for Yemen,” the ministry said.

Also, six ships with 124.3 thousand tons of agricultural products for Asian and European countries left the ports of Odessa, Chernomorsk and the port of Pivdenny.

In general, since August 1, 380 ships left Ukrainian ports with 8.5 million tons of agricultural products.

Earlier, President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia was disrupting the grain deal by artificially creating a queue of 150 ships that could not enter Ukrainian ports.

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Source: korrespondent

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