A complete of 33 grain ships have to this point departed from Ukraine’s Black Sea ports beneath the UN-brokered multinational deal reached final month, Turkish Overseas Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu mentioned on Tuesday.

The minister additionally famous that the settlement between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN is being adhered to with out setbacks and that every little thing is working easily.

There are not any issues. There are some technical difficulties, they’re solved instantly. To this point, 33 ships with agricultural merchandise have left,” Cavusoglu mentioned in an interview with Haber World TV channel.

Grain exports from Ukraine, a significant international provider, have been disrupted in late February after Russia launched its navy operation within the nation. The 2 sides traded blame for the disruption of shipments.

Nevertheless, in late July, following UN-brokered talks in Istanbul, a deal was reached to unblock grain exports by way of the Black Sea. In consequence, shipments from three Ukrainian ports resumed on August 1.

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