The Black Sea Grain Initiative (‘the Initiative’) was recently extended by 120 days to 18 March 2023 under the original conditions, after all parties reached agreement.
However, it continues to face political and operational challenges, published the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) on its website.
The JCC told the ICS Newsletter that it continues to discuss ways to increase the number of daily inspections and is attempting to optimise logistical arrangements in the designated inspection areas, and prioritise vessels that are fully ready for inspection.
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