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Shipping traffic on the “Grain Corridor” will be temporarily suspended

The UN delegations, Turkey and Ukraine have agreed not to plan the movement of ships on the Black Sea grain corridor on November 2, reports RBC-Ukraine, citing information from the Joint Coordination Center.

The delegations of Ukraine, Turkey and the UN have agreed not to plan any ship traffic within the framework of the Black Sea Grain Initiative for November 2.

The Joint Coordinating Body also noted that the suspension of ship movement under the "Grain Agreement" on November 2 is an interim measure.

In turn, the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Alexander Kubrakov reported that exit of the Ukrainian ports of 8 ships with agroproducts is planned for November 3.

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