Three more vessels successfully passed through the temporary corridor in Romanian waters
Vessels Ida, Olga and Danny Boy successfully passed through the Ukrainian grain corridor along the coast of Odesa region to the territorial sea of Romania.
Vessels Ida and Olga belong to shipowners from Germany, Danny Boy to a shipowner from Greece.
“That is, 8 ships out of 12 that entered have already left and successfully made the return journey with cargo. We can add to this arithmetic 5 more of the first ones, among those previously blocked at the beginning of the Great War, that tested this new corridor in August-September,” said Andriy Klymenko , head of the Monitoring Group of the Institute of Black Sea Strategic Studies.
Klymenko also added that each such “free passage” is a complex complex operation of the Navy, Air Defense Forces and more.
“To friends who like to ask: why wasn’t this done before? It is worth mentioning that earlier the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation felt relatively well in Sevastopol and near the Bosphorus. And now – no,” said Klymenko.