from a major Black Sea port, but Kyiv remains wary of the proposed deal. This interim agreement refers to Bloomberg citing people who are aware of the discussions that have taken place on this issue.
According to Bloomberg , the agreement provides for the demining of the Odessa sea area and allows the safe passage of ships under the auspices of the UN-sponsored Black Sea.
Ukraine, according to Bloomberg sources, has not yet backed the plan, worrying that the leave the vital port open to Russian attack.
Russia wants to be able to check merchant ships to see if weapons are being transported, a condition Ukraine does not agree with.
The plan is expected to discuss Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is in Ankara on Wednesday, but it is unclear whether Ukraine will send a representative.
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