German media reported that the first ship carrying Ukrainian agricultural products would not arrive on Sunday, as scheduled, at the port of Tripoli in Lebanon.
On Sunday, the German DPA agency said that the arrival of the bulk carrier Razoni, which carries Ukrainian agricultural products, to Lebanon, will be delayed.
In turn, the German ARD TV announced on Saturday evening, the cancellation of the ship’s scheduled arrival in Tripoli on Sunday.
And German media quoted information from the Russian state agency TASS, which quoted sources in the Tripoli port administration, that the tanker changed its course and will dock in the Lebanese port on Tuesday.
Razoni succeeded in crossing the Black Sea pass as agreed between the warring parties, and, having been inspected at the Bosphorus by Turkish and Russian experts, he continued his journey to Lebanon.
The Sierra Leone-flagged ship left Odessa on Monday under an agreement to resume Ukraine’s grain exports. It is the first ship to carry such a cargo since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine. There are 26,000 people on board. tons of corn.
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