a total of 165 ships with 3.7 million tons of agricultural products on board You have left Ukraine’s Ministry of Infrastructure said that Ukraine is under an agreement brokered by the United Nations and Turkey to open Ukrainian seaports. on Sunday.
The ministry said that 10 ships with 169300 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products are scheduled to leave the Black Sea ports on Sunday.
“10:00 am, 8 ships left ports of Great Odessa, and 2 more are waiting for The ministry said that their role and conditions are favorable. in a permit.
Ukraine’s grain exports fell after Russia invaded the country on February 24 and surrounded its ports in the Black Sea while driving up global Food prices and raising concerns of shortage in Africa and the Middle East.
Ukraine, a global Leading grain producer and exporter, shipped up to 6 million tons of Grain per month before the war.
Three ports on the Black Sea reopened under an agreement signed on July 22 by Moscow and Kyiv These ports are capable of loading and sending 100-150 cargo ships abroad per month, the ministry said.
Joint Coordination Center (JCC) with Officials from Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Nations were officials set up in Istanbul to supervise shipments.