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Vessels passage in Azov sea resumes: Ukraine min


Vessels passage in Azov sea resumes: Ukraine min
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Ukraine has resumed grain shipments from the Azov Sea, blocked for around 10 days after a military standoff between Ukraine and Russia in the Kerch Strait, Ukraine's agriculture ministry said on Tuesday.

"Passage of vessels with agricultural products through ports in the Azov Sea has been unlocked. The loading of grain to vessels through the ports of Mariupol and Berdyansk is restored and carried out in regular mode," the ministry said in a statement.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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