Since Ukraine announced the temporary maritime corridor for ships heading to and from its seaports on 10 August, 115 ships have left the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi.

Yurii Lytvyn, the head of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA), announced this at the “2023 Infrastructure Day” event organized by the European Business Association, the CFTS portal reports

According to the USPA, 148 ships called at Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea.

In total, 4.4 million tons of cargo have been handled since the opening of the new corridor.

In particular, 59,614 tons of cargo were handled in August, 277,916 tons in September, 1,994,312 tons in October, and 1,591,406 tons in November.