The UN did not see any incidents in the humanitarian corridor in the Black Sea during the transportation of Ukrainian grain stocks. This was told by the representative of the organization at the Joint Coordination center (JCC) in Istanbul, Ismini Pala, quoted by RIA Novosti.
“12 loaded vessels are passing through the corridor at the moment, while we are talking, in the direction of Istanbul, where they will be inspected. Two vessels going to Ukraine also passed the corridor, heading to Ukrainian ports,” the representative of the organization said.
Russia announced its withdrawal from the grain deal after drones attacked ships of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol on October 29. The Russian Defense Ministry believes that the strikes were carried out by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Germany urged Russia to return to a food deal, and Turkey acknowledged that the international community has provided her with less features than the Ukraine as part of the same contract.