Ukraine intends to develop temporary sea corridors - Kuleba
Ukraine is interested in the resumption of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, but intends to develop an alternative way to export agricultural products, which has already been used by two ships, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said at a joint briefing with his French counterpart Catherine Colonna in Paris. The CTC writes that.
"We are certainly interested in the resumption of the Black Sea Grain Initiative. But we have also, as a state, demonstrated that there is an alternative to the agreements with russia. There is a safe sea route, by which two ships left Ukrainian ports. This way will not be a hostage of Russian blackmail," he said. The head of the Ukrainian diplomacy noted.
He added that this way could be developed and strengthened. The minister said that he had discussed this issue with the French Foreign Minister.
In her turn, French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna stressed that French support for Ukraine would be strengthened and would continue until Russian aggression was stopped. This support will not only continue, it will increase. It will continue for as long as it is needed to defeat Russian aggression," she said.