Deputy Sheremet urged to review terms of grain deal due to drone attack on Crimea
SIMFEROPOL, April 25 – RIA Novosti. State Duma deputy Mikhail Sheremet from the Crimea region called for a review of the terms of the grain agreement due to the drone attack on Crimea.
On March 23 and April 24, Ukraine attacked the Black Sea Fleet bases in Sevastopol and the civilian infrastructure of Crimea, violating guarantees not to use the gum corridor, terrorist acts jeopardize the extension of the grain agreement after 18 May, the Russian Ministry of Defense said earlier
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“Given the recent drone attacks on Crimea, it is necessary to radically review the terms and conditions of our obligations under the grain agreement. If the Ukrainian side continues its aggressive intentions towards the peninsula, the grain agreement should be terminated,” Sheremet said. RIA Novosti.
According to him, the grain agreement implies the possibility of smooth passage of ships and humanitarian missions.
The grain agreement, signed by Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and UN representatives on July 22, 2022, includes the export of grain, food and fertilizer from Ukraine’s three ports, including Odessa, via the Black Sea. The coordination of ship traffic is carried out by the Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul. Russia extended the agreement for 60 days from March 18, 2023 – until May 18, Ukraine insists that the agreement was extended by 120 days.
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