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New buyer sought for first grain to leave Ukraine under deal

Arab News 10 Aug 2022
The Sierra Leone-flagged vessel Razoni left the Ukrainian port of Odessa on August 1 carrying 26,000 tons of maize and had been expected to dock in the Lebanese port of Tripoli at the weekend ... The Razoni is currently anchored off the Turkish port of Mersin, according to the Marine Traffic website.
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First Ukraine grain ship docks in Turkey after being turned away

Khaleejtimes 10 Aug 2022
The Sierra Leone-flagged vessel Razoni left the Ukrainian port of Odessa on August 1 carrying 26,000 tonnes of corn and had been expected to dock in the Lebanese port of Tripoli last weekend ... Marine traffic sites showed the Razoni docked in Turkey's Mediterranean Sea port of Mersin after spending several days anchored just off the coast.
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UN: Black Sea Initiative 'off to a very good start' with 12 vessels already authorised to depart Ukraine

Ruptly 10 Aug 2022
... maritime route for ships carrying food and fertilizer exports from three key Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea - Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny.
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Ukraine: Grain deal off to ‘a very good start’

United Nations 10 Aug 2022
“Those vessels had been stranded in the three ports covered by the initiative when the war started” ... The initiative specifically allows for significant volumes of commercial food exports from three key Ukrainian ports in the Black SeaOdessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny.
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13 Killed in Russian Strikes Near Nuclear Plant

Moscow Times 10 Aug 2022
But some ships have been able to leave Ukrainian ports in recent days after a deal with Russia brokered by the United Nations and Turkey. The first grain shipment to leave on the Sierra Leone-flagged vessel Razoni departed the Ukrainian port of Odessa on August 1 and had been expected to dock in the Lebanese port of Tripoli at the weekend.
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Black Sea Initiative Coordinator Holds Briefing About Ukrainian Grain Being Shipped to Istanbul

Sputnik 10 Aug 2022
On July 22, Ukraine, Russia and Turkey signed the UN-brokered Black Sea grain initiative, ensuring a safe maritime route for ships carrying food and fertilizer exports from three key Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea – Odessa, Chernomorsk, and Yuzhnoe ....
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Ukraine 'optimistic' after arrival of first grain shipment

Yahoo Daily News 09 Aug 2022
The Turkish cargo ship -- the Polarnet -- that reached its final destination left the Ukrainian port of Chornomorsk last week carrying 12,000 tonnes of corn ... It left the port of Odessa on August 1 carrying 26,000 tonnes of corn and was expected in Tripoli in Lebanon this weekend but has yet to reach the destination.
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Lebanon: buyer refuses to accept first grain shipment to leave Ukraine

Middle East Monitor 09 Aug 2022
The Sierra Leone-flagged cargo ship Razoni carrying 26,000 tons of corn left the Ukrainian port of Odessa on 1 August.
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Crisis of the Wheat Export Supply Chain: EU Sanctions against Russia Could Trigger an African-Middle ...

GlobalResearch 09 Aug 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles ... UN Secretary General António Guterres, meanwhile, announced the creation of the joint coordination centre to ensure the safety of bulk carriers transporting grain from Ukrainian ports, such as Odessa.
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More Ukraine grain leaves the Black Sea

Manila Standard 08 Aug 2022
Kyiv, Ukraine—Four more ships carrying around 170,000 tons of grain set off from the Black Sea ports of Odessa and Chornomorsk on Sunday, Ukrainian authorities said, as Moscow accused Kyiv of carrying out a new strike against a Russian-occupied nuclear plant.
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First Ukraine grain shipment's arrival in Lebanon 'postponed'

The Manila Times 08 Aug 2022
The first shipment of Ukrainian grain since Russia's invasion will no longer arrive in the northern Lebanese port city of ... The Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni set sail from the Ukrainian port of Odessa last Monday carrying 26,000 tons of corn, and stopped in Turkey the next day.
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Zelenskyy slams nuclear plant attack

The Manila Times 08 Aug 2022
(UPDATED) KYIV ... Another assassination bid ... Another five cargo ships are due to leave the Ukrainian ports of Odessa and Chernomorsk on Sunday, said a statement from the Joint Coordination Centre of the Black Sea Grain Initiative — the organization coordinating the operation agreed between Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Nations ....
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More Ukraine grain sets sail as new shelling hits nuclear plant

Urdu Point 07 Aug 2022
Kyiv, Ukraine, Aug 7 (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 7th Aug, 2022 ) .Four more ships carrying around 170,000 tonnes of grain set off from the Black Sea ports of Odessa and Chornomorsk on Sunday, Ukrainian authorities said, as Moscow accused Kyiv of carrying out a new strike against a Russian-occupied nuclear plant.
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Fresh shelling around Ukraine nuclear plant as U.N. warns of possible ‘disaster’

The Spokesman-Review 07 Aug 2022
Ukraine’s largest and most profitable port will join those restarting operations following months of blockades, Mustafa Nayyem, deputy infrastructure minister said on Facebook. The Pivdennyi port will work with the Odessa and Chornomorsk ports to export 3 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products within a month, Nayyem said.
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Second Ukraine grain ship cleared after inspection off Istanbul

Finger Lakes Times 07 Aug 2022
The Navi Star is one of the three vessels that left Ukraine's Black Sea ports of Odessa on Friday, after an agreement that has been widely hailed as a sign of hope in the conflict ... Experts, however, warned shipping the millions of tons of blockaded grain from Ukrainian ports in time is barely possible as the new harvest begins.

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