Zelensky held a meeting in Odessa – they discussed the export of grain from Ukraine

Zelensky held a meeting in Odessa - they discussed the export of grain from Ukraine

Following Nikolaev, President Volodymyr Zelensky visited Odessa, where he held a meeting on the current situation in the region. This was reported by the press service of the President's Office.

– It was discussed ways to organize a corridor for the export of agricultural products from the ports of Odessa region. According to the head of the Odessa Regional State Administration, due to Russian aggression, 39 civil ships under the flags of 14 countries of the world are blocked in the ports of the region. The participants of the meeting discussed the issues of harvesting in the region and measures to provide agricultural equipment, the department reported.

As indicated in the message, the meeting participants also discussed issues regarding the social security of migrants who live in the Odessa region.


– At the meeting, they heard information about the consequences of rocket attacks by Russian invaders on the Odessa region. 55 residents of the region became victims of shelling, a number of infrastructure facilities were destroyed, the President's Office stressed.

The head of state also examined a residential building that was damaged on April 23 as a result of enemy rocket attacks. Then eight people became victims, including a three-month-old baby.

– This is a terrible, terrible crime, the aggressor kills and maims our people. This house must be restored so that the residents return to their homes, the president said.

During the meeting, the commander of the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Alexei Neizhpapy, reported on the situation in the Black Sea and the provision of naval units.

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