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Russian missile attack on Odessa jeopardizes the Landmark grain export deal

Tags: Russia-Ukraine International News

In a blow to the grain accord signed by Russia, Ukraine, Turkiye and the United Nation on 22 July 2022, Russian missiles hit the infrastructure in Odesa in southern Ukraine on 23 July 2022.

This has raised the uncertainty over the implementation of the grain accord which seeks to resume grain export from the Black sea port including Odesa. 

According to the Ukrainian military, the Odesa sea trade port was hit with the Russian Kalibr cruise missiles on 23 July.

Grain accord 

  • Ukraine, Russia, Turkiye and the United Nation (UN) signed an agreement on 22 July 2022 in Istanbul, Turkiye to unblock Ukraine’s Black Sea grain exports.
  • The deal agreed through UN and Turkish mediation establishes safe corridors along which Ukrainian ships can come in and out of three designated Black Sea ports in and around Odessa.
  • The grains are to be exported from the three key Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea: Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny."
  • Under the deal, Ukrainian officials would guide ships through safe channels across mined waters to three ports, including Odesa, where they would be loaded with grain.
  • Russia will not attack the region and will guarantee its safety.
  • The United Nation expects the deal to be fully operational in a few weeks and would restore grain shipments from the three reopened ports to pre-war levels of 5 million tonnes a month.

Background to the issue 

  • A blockade of Ukrainian ports by Russia's Black Sea fleet since Moscow's Feb. 24 invasion of its neighbour and the landmines Ukraine has laid to avert a feared amphibious assault of Russia, has trapped tens of millions of tonnes of grain and stranded many ships. 
  • Russia and Ukraine which are a major grain supplier to the world  and the blockade has led to a sharp increase in food prices across the world and sparking fear of famine in parts of Africa.
  • This deal seeks to avert famine among tens of millions of people in poorer nations by injecting more wheat, sunflower oil, fertilizer and other products into world markets including for humanitarian needs, partly at lower prices.

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