13 ships instantly left Ukrainian ports via the “grain corridor”
By the information from the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine, 13 ships with agricultural products for countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe left the ports of Great Odesa as part of the “grain initiative.”
The message on the ministry’s official Facebook page states that 13 ships carrying 230,700 tons of agricultural products departed from the ports of Odesa, Pivdennyi, and Chornomorsk on October 9, 2022, for countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Bulk carriers Argonaut, with 71,000 tons of wheat for Indonesia on board, Ali A, with 7,000 tons of wheat for Lebanon, and Mehmet Bey carrying 8,000 tons of soybeans for Egypt. In total, 305 ships have exported 6.8 million tons of Ukrainian food to Asian, European, and African countries since the “grain corridor” opened.