The fates of the foreign seafarers depend on Russia’s actions and decisions.
War and other insurance rates are generally expected to rise sharply across the board next year because of the conflict, natural catastrophes, and high inflation.
The current expedition is a joint Ukrainian-Polish expedition financed mainly by the Polish Antarctic Program.
In total, 13.8 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products have been exported under the Black Sea Grain Initiative since 1 August.
CFTS re-publishes The Wall Street Journal’s investigation about how vessels associated with the largest Russian grain trader shipped thousands of tons of stolen Ukrainian grain to global buyers using a complex system of feeder vessels and floating cranes.
Citizens of the Baltic States have also joined the fundraising initiative.
The turnover increased 3.5-fold, compared with the same period last year.
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.
In the three months since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 422 vessels have exported almost 10 million tons of agricultural products.
The "grain corridor" continues to operate.
The NATO secretary general has called on Russia not to prevent the supply of food to those who need it the most.
The vessel covered the distance from the port of Chornomorsk to the port of Algiers in 25 days, out of which it idled for 14 days in the Bosporus, waiting for inspection by the JCC.
According to Ukraine’s ambassador to Turkey, the possibility of broadening the range of the goods is being considered for the future.
The "grain agreement" will expire in November, by which time it must be extended.
In total, 7.38 million tons of Ukrainian food have already been exported since the first vessel departed under the Grain Initiative.
7 million tons of agricultural products have been exported since the departure of the first ship carrying Ukrainian food
In total, 561 vessels have been enabled.
The ships are carrying 115,500 tons of grain intended for countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe.