The Fulmar S vessel carrier with 12,000 tonnes of corn makes its way from the port in Odesa, Ukraine, on Saturday. AP
The Barbados-flagged Fulmar S left Ukraine's Chornomorsk port, carrying 12,000 tonnes of corn to Türkiye's southern Iskenderun province, it said. The Marshall Island-flagged Thoe departed from the same port and headed to Türkiye's Tekirdag, carrying 3,000 tonnes of sunflower seeds.
The statement added that another ship would depart from Türkiye on Saturday to Ukraine to buy grains.
The Rojen ship, containing 13,000 tonnes of corn from Ukraine arrives in Italian port city of Ravenna. Reuters
Ukraine's infrastructure ministry said on Saturday that 16 ships carrying 450,000 tonnes of agriculture products had departed from Ukrainian sea ports since early August under the deal which ensured safe passage for vessels.
The agreement, signed by Ukraine, Russia, Türkiye and the United Nations in July, allowed to resume grain exports from Ukraine's Black Sea ports after they were stalled for five months due to the war.
Ukraine hopes to increase its maritime exports to over 3 million tonnes of grain and other agriculture products per month in near future.
The Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni arrived at the edge of the Bosphorus Strait just north of Istanbul on Tuesday, a day after leaving the Black Sea port of Odessa carrying 26,000 tonnes of maize bound for Lebanon.
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