Shoigu: Russia has opened two humanitarian corridors for ships in the Azov and Black Seas

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russia has created two humanitarian corridors for merchant ships in the Black and Azov Seas.

This was announced during a video conference from Moscow, where the Minister of Defense continued that “a set of measures is being taken to ensure the safety of navigation in the waters of the Black Bahrain and the Sea of ​​Azov, since the mine danger in the waters of the Mariupol port has been completely eliminated.”

Western countries have repeatedly accused Russia of hindering the export of Ukrainian grain and creating a shortage on the world market, while Moscow, for its part, denies all these accusations and insists that it does not interfere with the process of exporting wheat from Ukraine. For his part, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia does not interfere with the export of wheat from Ukraine, and that Kyiv should clear the country’s ports for ships to leave them, and also pointed to the possibility of exporting grain by other delivery methods.

Source: RIA Novosti

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