Two more dry cargo ships leave Ukraine along ‘grain corridor’

Two more dry cargo ships leave Ukraine along ‘grain corridor’

This morning, two dry cargo ships left Ukraine along the “grain corridor” with 3,500 tonnes of grain heading for Turkey and 60,000 tonnes of corn heading for Iran.

"As part of grain shipments, Belize-flagged Sormovsky ship carrying 3,500 tonnes of wheat departed from Chornomorsk port to Tekirdag, and the Marshall Island-flagged Star Laura ship laden with 60,000 tonnes of corn left Pivdennyi port bound for Iran,” the Ministry of Defense of Turkey posted on Twitter.

As reported, about 375,000 tonnes of grain and other foodstuffs have been already exported from Ukrainian ports through the humanitarian sea corridor.


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