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18 August 2022 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 17:57 GMT+2



August 5, 2022

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Three other ships loaded with corn left Ukraine

The intention of the Ukrainian authorities is to also allow the arrival of ships in national ports

The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine has announced that this morning three ships loaded with cereals and food products are depart from the ports of Odessa and Chernomork as part of the of the initiative agreed at the end of last month under the aegis UN to restore Ukrainian cereal exports to precedence blocked by the ongoing conflict with Russia. The bulk carriers sailed today are the Navi Star, the Rojen and the Polarnet with 57 thousand tons of corn on board to buyers in Turkey, Great Britain and Ireland.

Specifying that the objective is to ensure that the ports can handle more than 100 ships a month, the Ukrainian minister oleksandr Kubrakov of infrastructure stated that, "despite the fact that the 'grain corridor' already has started to work in export, our goal is full operation in both directions. We receive - ha explained the minister - requests from shipowners who are ready to enter our ports to load. Our goal is to handle more than three million tonnes of agricultural products from the ports of Odessa, Chernomork and Yuzhne (Pivdennyi)'. Kubrakov recalled that Razoni, the first ship departed on the first of August from the port of Odessa as part of of these agreements ( of 1 August 2022), on August 3 was inspected with success in Istanbul.


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