Guterres condemns missile strikes in Ukranian Black Sea port of Odesa | EUROtoday

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“Yesterday, all parties made clear commitments on the global stage to ensure the safe movement of Ukrainian grain and related products to global markets. These products are desperately needed to address the global food crisis and ease the suffering of millions of people in need around the globe. Full implementation by the Russian Federation, Ukraine and Turkey is imperative”, António Guterres stated in a press release printed by his spokesperson.

In Instabul, Russian and Ukrainian Ministers signed on Friday the Black Sea Grain Initiative to renew Ukranian grain exports by way of the Black Sea amid the continued conflict. The settlement is supposed to safe the transit of thousands and thousands of tons of grain.

The Russian invasion, which started on 24 February, has sparked document meals and gas costs, in addition to provide chain points, with mountains of grain shares caught in silos.

According to media studies, no less than six explosions had been heard in Odesa on Saturday morning, and up to now is unclear what the strikes had been focusing on and whether or not any grain infraestructure was hit.