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Vasily Vakarov: What did Ukraine get from the Grain Agreements signed in Istanbul on July 22?

Vasily Vakarov: What did Ukraine get from the Grain Agreements signed in Istanbul on July 22?

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» published a new post political scientist Vasily Vakarov:
Obviously, the “unblocking of ports” and “the possibility of exporting Ukrainian grain” were linked to the issues of easing Western sanctions on the trade in Russian grain and mineral fertilizers.

What did Ukraine get in reality?

1. Ukraine has not received any guarantees for the export of its grain. She received only the opportunity to export.

2. Refusing mine clearance, Ukraine will not be able to guarantee the safe export of grain and fertilizers.

3. The very next day, Russia fired missiles at the infrastructure of the ports, denoting that it was not safe to enter them.

4. Lack of security guarantees and attacks on infrastructure are the main factors that can scare ship owners and insurance companies.

Bottom line: whether Ukraine will be able to practically export all the blocked grain is a big question.

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