Russia suspends Ukrainian grain export deal


Your Reading indicates how much you are informed about a given subject according to the depth and contextualization of the contents you read. Our team of editors credits 20,

, , 41 or 41 points for each content – ​​those that help the most in understanding the country’s moment receive more points. Over time, this score is reduced, as newer content also tends to be more relevant in understanding the news. Thus, your score in this system is dynamic: it increases when you read and decreases when you stop being informed. At the moment the score is being made only in content related to the federal government.


The article you are reading right now+0

Information is part of the exercise of citizenship. Here you can see how well informed you are about what happens in the federal government.

How about knowing more about this subject?

Fazenda na vila ucraniana de Lukashivka, na região de Chernihiv, reconstruída após ataque russo.
Farm in the Ukrainian village of Lukashivka, in the Chernihiv region, rebuilt after Russian attack.| Photo: Oleg Petrasyuk/EFE/EPA

The Russian Defense Ministry announced this Saturday the suspension of the export agreement grain from Ukraine across the Black Sea. The ministry explained the decision based on what it called a “terrorist attack” carried out this Saturday with the “participation of British experts” against Black Sea Fleet ships and merchant ships that guarantee the maritime corridor for the export of cereals.

The Russia denounced this Saturday a mass attack with drones and unmanned aquatic devices against the Black Sea Fleet and civilian vessels in the internal and external ports of the Sevastopol base. According to the Ministry of Defense, the minesweeper Ivan Golubets, as well as a floating safety net in Yuzhnaya Bay, suffered minor damage in the attack. “Nine drones and seven unmanned aerial vehicles were used in the attack,” the Russian Defense Ministry said, adding that all drones were shot down.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said that Russian diplomacy , together with the relevant bodies, will study “practical measures” related to the involvement of British experts in Saturday’s attack. The diplomat added that “the Russian side cannot guarantee the safety of merchant ships” that participate in the cereal export agreement and, therefore, suspends its application indefinitely. “Relevant instructions were given to Russian representatives at the Istanbul Joint Coordination Center, which controls the transport of Ukrainian food products,” he stated.

UN starts negotiations with Russia after suspension of agreement

The UN said it had started a dialogue with Russian authorities after the announcement of the suspension of the agreement to export Ukrainian grains, and asked for restraint to preserve the initiative. “We have seen the reports on the Russian Federation regarding the suspension of its participation” in the agreement following “an attack” on its fleet and “we are in contact with the Russian authorities on this matter,” said the organization’s spokesperson, Stephane Dujarric. , soon note. “It is vital that all parties refrain from any action that could jeopardize” the agreement, added Dujarric, noting that it is a “humanitarian effort that is clearly having a positive impact on access to food for millions of people around the world.” the world”.

Receive Our News


20222022 Receive our newsletters

By registering for our newsletters, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, including receiving content and promotions from Gazeta do Povo. Unsubscribing can be done at any time at this link.

Recent Articles