Turkey may start sending Russian warships along a known route

Turkey may start sending Russian warships along a known route

Turkey may start sending Russian warships along a known route

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Russia is forced to comply with the agreement on the resumption of the safe export of Ukrainian grain across the Black Sea.

This was stated by the director of the Ukrainian Institute of Maritime Law and Security Bohdan Ustimenko on the Espreso TV channel.< /p>

"The initiator of the Istanbul grain agreement was the UN and Turkish President Erdogan personally. Russia does not want to complicate its relations with Turkey. Turkey holds the keys to the Black Sea. The Russian Federation makes many voyages by sea. Turkey can block the way for warships for the future, not just now. The Russian Federation wants to show the world that it is possible to negotiate with it. This is a forced step by the Russian Federation,” Ustimenko noted.

The director of the Ukrainian Institute of Maritime Law and Security also added that the agreement does not stipulate the responsibility of the parties for failure to comply with the conditions.

“The agreement is not secured military escort, no military convoys are provided for by this agreement. The Russian Federation has shown its face stained by war crimes,” Ustimenko emphasized.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich