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12 Ships With 400,000 Tons Of Agricultural Products Leave Ukrainian Sea Ports Over Past 2 Days

12 Ships With 400,000 Tons Of Agricultural Products Leave Ukrainian Sea Ports Over Past 2 Days

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Over the past two days, 12 ships with 400,000 tons of agricultural products for the countries of Africa, Asia and Europe left the sea trade ports of Great Odesa.

This was announced by the Ministry of Infrastructure, Ukrainian News Agency reports.

"Among them are the STAVROS and CEBIHAN bulkers, which will deliver 55,000 tons of Ukrainian wheat to Oman. Also, 55,000 tons are going to Yemen, whose inhabitants are on the brink of starvation. The EAST WIND 1 bulker took 25,000 tons of grain to Libya. In two days, the ports of Great Odesa accepted 8 ships for loading. The total cargo capacity is 200,000 tons of agricultural products. Currently, 6 ships are moving along the grain corridor in the direction of Ukraine to load 317,000 tons of agricultural products," the statement reads.

It is noted that since the beginning of the implementation of the grain initiative, 456 ships have left the ports of Great Odesa, which exported 10.7 million tons of Ukrainian food to the countries of Asia, Europe and Africa.

As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, on Friday, November 11, 4 more ships with 120,000 tons of agricultural products left for the countries of Asia and Europe from the sea trade ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Yuzhny.

Turkey announced the stabilization of the grain corridor.

On November 2, Russia announced the renewal of participation in the grain agreement.

On August 5, the first caravan with Ukrainian grain left the sea ports of Odesa and Chornomorsk.