July 23, 2024
Grain corridor: Russian experts want to strike and sink grain ships
MARITIME ACCIDENT: How Container ship WYBELSUM contacted Lock’s wall in Kiel Canal
– By Godswill Odiong

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By Our Correspondent
Yesterday’s caravan of 15 or more grain ships safely reached Bosphorus zone, according to FleetMon.

It stated: “On Nov 1 at least 3 ships left Ukrainian ports, including 2 ships operated by UAE-based companies, and 1 Turkish ship. it seems highly likely, that all the ships presently docked at Ukrainian ports (at least 13 AIS-visible), will be allowed to leave Ukraine and sail to their ports of destination.

“More important now is the future of grain corridor. Dozens of ships in ballast are gathered at Istanbul anchorages, awaiting permission to sail to Ukraine. If they start leaving Istanbul bound for Ukraine, it will mean that Russia is bypassed and grain corridor is working. If no, if they remain stuck at Istanbul or turn away, it will mean that Turkey give in and surrender to Russian demand to close corridor.

“By the way, Russian military experts, recently, already came up with the idea of attacking and sinking grain ships in Ukrainian ports, if they dare to call ports notwithstanding Russian embargo. Russian politicians, experts and military say they can’t be responsible for grain ships protection and safety any longer, until Russia gets guarantee its’ Navy (! – what Navy is this, begging for its’ war-time safety?) won’t be attacked.

“If no guarantees given to Russian Navy, they plan to strike and sink grain ships in Ukrainian ports. Either we protect you, or we kill you, your choice, they say.”

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