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Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov said that grain exports from Ukraine this month will not reach 3 million tons due to Russia’s slowdown in the inspection of ships in ports.

In a statement on his Facebook page, Kubrakov noted that about 4.2 million tons of grain left Ukrainian ports in October, adding: “There were 40 checks a day, but now, due to Russia’s position, a fifth of this number can be checked.”

Kubrakov said that 77 ships are queuing for technical inspection in Turkey, while the capacity of three ports in the Black Sea is only 50 percent used. Kyiv accuses Russia of slowing down inspections of courts.

Moscow claims it did not fully benefit from the deal

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that most of the grain corridor agreement goes to Europe, so low-income countries cannot benefit from the agreement. Moscow also claims that it did not take full advantage of the agreement due to the country’s embargo.

The grain corridor agreement, which facilitates exports from Ukrainian ports, was extended this month by 4 months.

The grain corridor agreement was signed between Ukraine and Russia on July 22, mediated by the UN and Turkey, and after the war, the export of grain, food and fertilizer from Ukrainian ports resumed.

According to the UN, more than 10 million tons of grain and food products were exported from Ukraine in August-November.

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