U.N. says agreed with Turkey, Ukraine on plan to move 16 vessels under Black Sea grain deal

The three delegations had additionally agreed for inspections to be offered on Monday to 40 outbound vessels

The three delegations had additionally agreed for inspections to be offered on Monday to 40 outbound vessels

The United Nations, Turkey and Ukraine agreed on Sunday on an Oct. 31 motion plan for 16 vessels which might be in Turkish waters, a day after Russia suspended its participation to the Black Sea grain initiative that allowed meals exports from Ukrainian ports.

In an announcement, the Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) in Istanbul, the place Russian, Ukrainian and Turkish and U.N. personnel are working, mentioned the three delegations had additionally agreed for inspections to be offered on Monday to 40 outbound vessels.

JCC mentioned the Russian delegation was knowledgeable of each plans.

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