US News: Uncertainty about the destination of the "RAZONI", the first cereal boat to have left Ukraine

War in Ukraine: Cereal exports resumed, a first ship left Odessa

 War in Ukraine: Cereal exports resumed, a first ship left Odessa an agreement signed on July 22 between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations allows the resumption of Ukrainian exports. © supplied by Franceinfo Ukraine resumed its exports on Monday, August 1, for the first time since the start of the Russian invasion six months ago. A first boat started from the port of Odessa in accordance with the terms of an international agreement which should help to alleviate the global food crisis.

Le premier chargement de céréales ukrainiennes avait quitté le port d’Odessa le 1er août dernier à destination du Liban.  REUTERS/Mehmet Emin Caliskan/File Photo © Mehmet CALISKAN The first loading of Ukrainian cereals had left the port of Odessa on August 1 to Lebanon. Reuters/Mehmet Emin Caliskan/Photo File but where is Razoni? The ship carrying The first charging of cereals exported by Ukraine since The Russian invasion of February 24 did not dock on Sunday in Lebanon as planned. After three days of navigation from its stopover in Istanbul for an inspection, the boat loaded with some 26,500 tonnes of Ukrainian corn, beating Sierra Leone pavilion, suddenly changed the road plan, as reported . "Its owner informed me that he was no longer going to the port of Tripoli," said Ahmad Tamer on Saturday evening, the director of the port of the big city in northern Lebanon, with the newspaper. The ship is now anchored off the Turkish coast, at the entrance to the Gulf of Alexandrette. Asked about the reasons for this postponement, the embassy told AFP not having "other information" at the moment. According to an official source close to the file, the ship will probably not overcome in Lebanon if it can sell its cargo to a merchant in another country. A delivery to Syria would be envisaged according to several sources, advances for its part RTL . Three new convoys if its new destination remains unclear, the Ukraine Embassy in Beirut has in any case been caught in short, still according to the echoes. The delegation had invited the press to attend the arrival of the boat, initially awaited on Sunday. She had congratulated herself with what this Ukrainian wheat was going to "help to alleviate the food crisis lived at the moment by Lebanon". This cargo was the first authorized at the end of the agreement concluded on July 22 in Istanbul between Russia and Ukraine via a mediation from Turkey and under the aegis of the United Nations. This agreement aims to make possible the export of Ukrainian cereals blocked by the war and that of Russian agricultural products despite Western sanctions, to alleviate the global food crisis and the rise in prices in some of the poorest countries. On Friday, three new corn loads left Ukraine in convoy, the Turkish Defense Ministry announced. The three buildings will serve Ireland, England and Turkey, according to the same source.

Ukraine: The first UN ship loaded with cereals leaves for Africa .
© Stringer The "Brave Commander" chartered by the UN left Pivdenny Tuesday morning in the direction of Ethiopia. Reuters/Igor Tkachenko The first humanitarian ship chartered by the UN to transport Ukrainian cereals left Pivdenny port Tuesday in southern Ukraine, with some 23,000 tonnes for Africa, the Ukrainian ministry announced infrastructure. "The Brave ship commanding with grain for Africa left the port of Pivdenny.

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