Three ships carrying caorn left Ukrainian ports on the morning of August 5, 2022
Three ships carrying tens of thousands of tonnes of corn have now left Ukrainian ports, according to Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure, Oleksandr Kubrakov.
These departures follow an internationally brokered deal to unblock Ukraine’s agricultural exports and ease a growing global food crisis. Two ships set off from Chornomorsk, and one departed from nearby Odesa.
“This morning, the first convoy of vessels with Ukrainian grain has left the Great Odesa ports. Three bulk carriers, Navi Star, Rojen, and Polarnet, are carrying 57,000 tonnes of Ukrainian-produced corn intended for Turkey, Great Britain, and Ireland. Today’s convoy has resumed navigation from Chornomorsk Port,” Kubrakov stated.
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