British Ambassador urges Russia to stop burning and stealing Ukrainian grain

British Ambassador Melinda Simmons called on Russia to comply with the “grain agreement” and stop burning and appropriating Ukrainian grain.

According to Ukrinform, Simmons wrote about this in Twitter.

“This (departure from the port of Odessa of the first vessel with Ukrainian grain – ed.) is very important, but the first step. Russia now needs to fulfill its part of this agreement and allow grain ships to pass safely. And we need to stop burning and appropriating Ukrainian grain,” the British Ambassador said.

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As Ukrinform reported, the first Razoni vessel with unblocked Ukrainian grain left the port of Odesa for the Lebanese port of Tripoli on August 1. There are 26,000 tons of Ukrainian corn on board the dry cargo ship, which will move along the security corridor.

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