ports of Odessa will go to the Black Sea along the route determined by the Ukrainian side, the press secretary of the President of Turkey said.
The first ships may pass through the “grain corridor” in the next two weeks. This was announced by the press secretary of the President of Turkey, Ibrahim Kalyn, in an interview with Bloomberg.
“Ships leaving the ports of Odessa will enter the Black Sea along the route determined by the Ukrainian side. After entering Turkish waters, they will continue to be tracked. By ships will be inspected upon arrival in Istanbul. The same procedure will be applied to ships departing in the direction of the Black Sea ports,” Ibrahim Kalyn said.
In addition, according to Kalyn, the agreements reached, if successfully implemented, can become a step towards new agreements, such as a ceasefire, the exchange of prisoners and long-term peace agreements.
“Based on the consent of the two parties, an agreement was concluded. If these agreements can be maintained, and also if other countries support them, there will be an atmosphere of trust has been formed that will pave the way for new agreements, for example, on a ceasefire, the exchange of prisoners and long-term peace agreements, the presidential spokesman said.
Earlier, the Navy announced the resumption of the ports.