Ukraine has already exported more than 370 thousand tons of agricultural products through the “Grain Corridor”
Over 370,000 tons of agricultural products were exported from Ukrainian seaports during the nine days of operation of the “grain corridor”. This is reported by the Administration of Sea Ports of Ukraine.
“During the nine days of operation of the grain corridor, 12 ships left Ukrainian ports and exported more than 370,000 tons of agricultural products to 7 countries of the world, and one ship entered the port of Chornomorsk for loading,” the message says.
We will remind, on the morning of August 9, two more ships left the port of Chornomorsk with a total cargo volume of 70 thousand tons of food.
The RAHMI YAGGI vessel will deliver 5.3 thousand tons of food to Turkey, and the panamax bulker OCEAN LION will deliver nearly 65 thousand tons of corn to South Korea. OCEAN LION is already the second panamax vessel that departs from the port of Chornomorsk through the “grain corridor” within the Istanbul Initiative.
“We are systematically moving towards the intended ambitious plan – the transshipment of 3 million tons of food per month through the ports of Greater Odessa,” said Oleksiy Vostrikov, head of the AMPU.
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