Ukraine grain movements are reportedly moving again following intense negotiations led by the UN and Turkey. Russia’s RIA Novosti news agency reported today that Russia is resuming participation in the Black Sea
Shipments of grain from Ukraine were set to resume today under Turkish and UN supervision, despite an announcement on Saturday from the Russian Foreign Ministry that Moscow was suspending the implementation of
News agency AFP reported today that three more bulkers had departed Ukraine carrying export cargoes of grain. The three ships were yesterday given the green light to leave Ukraine’s Black Sea ports,
Ukraine grain export cargoes might soon start flowing more rapidly. In a hopeful sign the Turkish Ministry of National Defense reports that the first ship to depart Ukraine with an export cargo
As the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, observed the loading of Ukrainian grain onto a bulk carrier at the Chornomorsk Sea Trade Port hopes were high that exports could soon start moving.