Lebanese Minister of Transport Hamia: Razoni bulk carrier with grain from Ukraine changed course

The bulk carrier Razoni carrying Ukrainian grain has changed its route and is apparently waiting for instructions on a new destination, Lebanese Minister of Public Works and Transport Ali Hamia said on Twitter.

“The Razoni, which departed from the port of Odesa with a cargo of corn, which was rumored to arrive at the port of Tripoli in Lebanon, changes course before arriving at its originally announced destination. The data indicate that it is awaiting instructions to determine its new destination. destination,” he said.

The ship left Odessa on August 1, carrying 26 tons of corn on board. It was supposed to arrive in Lebanon this morning.

The export of Ukrainian grain from the Black Sea ports takes place within the framework of the “product deal” signed on July 22 by representatives of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, and the UN. The package of these documents provides for the lifting of restrictions on the export of Russian agricultural products and fertilizers to world markets and also determines the algorithm for the safe exit of commercial ships from Ukrainian-controlled Black Sea ports along specially created humanitarian maritime corridors.

The humanitarian operation was planned with the active participation of Russian officers as part of the Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul.

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