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Delegations of Ukraine, Turkey and the UN have agreed not to plan ship movements on November 2 in the framework of the Black Sea grain deal, the UN secretariat said in a joint coordination center.

Turkish and UN inspectors completed 36 inspections aboard departing vessels on November 1, a few days after Russia suspended participation in the initiative.

UN Secretary General's spokesman Farhan Haq explained that the measure was temporary. According to him, the decision to suspend the ships was made for one day only.

Earlier, Russia suspended its participation in the grain deal for an indefinite period. Moscow said that on October 29, the Ukrainian Armed Forces carried out massive strikes against the ships and infrastructure of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol under the cover of a humanitarian corridor created for the removal of grain.

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