The inclusion of the Mykolaiv ports in the grain deal was also raised again.
Ukraine’s minister of infrastructure noted that 77 vessels are awaiting inspection in Turkey.
As long as the Russians control the Kinburn Spit, the entry and exit of ships from Mykolaiv will remain dangerous.
The Odesa regional military administration’s spokesperson also said that 33 loaded vessels were being readied for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.
Since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 11.6 million tons of Ukrainian food have been exported.
The president of Ukraine announced this position.
Ukraine has proposed extending the Grain Initiative for one year and including the Mykolaiv seaport in it.
Russia wants to use the same Black Sea route through which Ukrainian food has been exported since August to export its ammonia.
The UN World Food Program chartered the vessel.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry will compile a list of countries in need of food.
Speaking at the G20, the president said that the Grain Initiative deserves to be extended indefinitely, regardless of when the war ends.
The ports of Greater Odesa have received eight ships for loading in two days.
About 80,000 tons of Ukrainian food wheat will help meet the needs of countries on the brink of starvation.
Over 270,000 tons of grain will be loaded onto the ships.
Turkey noted Russia has received the necessary guarantees from Ukraine.
A decision on the extension of the deal is expected next week.
18 loaded vessels are preparing for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.
Other insurers also provide insurance cover through the Ascot facility.
Seven vessels carrying 290,000 tons of grain left the ports of Greater Odesa on 3 November.