No grain ships were inspected for 2 days as part of exports from Ukraine
Not a single vessel operating under the UN-brokered "grain agreement" has been inspected in the past two days
This was reported in the coordination office of the UN Black Sea Grain Initiative, CNN cites.
“The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) conducted no inspections yesterday and today,” the statement said.
Also, it is noted that since the beginning of the month, the number of inspections of vessels within the framework of the "grain agreement" has decreased.
As of May 8, 90 ships with Ukrainian agricultural products are awaiting inspection in Turkish territorial waters, as Russia refuses to register and inspect them.