Two more ships with corn and sunflower seeds left Ukrainian ports today

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Ukraine hopes to increase its seaborne exports to more than 3 million tons of grain and other agricultural products per month in the near future

Two more ships sailed today from Ukrainian ports in the Black Sea, as announced by the Turkish Ministry of Defense, increasing the total number of ships that have sailed from the country to 16.

The ship Fulmar S mFlagged by the Barbados Islands, it sailed from the port of Chornomorsk carrying 12,000 tons of corn to the province of Alexandretta located in the south of Turkey. The second vessel, Thoe, under the flag of the Marshall Islands, sailed from the same port bound for Raidesto, Turkey, carrying 3,000 tonnes of sunflower seeds.

The same statement added that another ship will sail from Turkey to Ukraine today, in order to transport quantities of grain.

Ukraine’s Transport Ministry announced today that 16 ships carrying 450,000 tons of agricultural products have sailed from Ukrainian ports since early August under the agreement guaranteeing their safe navigation.

The agreement, signed by Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN in July, allows the resumption of grain exports from Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea, after being suspended for five months due to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Ukraine hopes to increase its seaborne exports to more than 3 million tons of grain and other agricultural products per month in the near future.

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