Two dry cargo ships carrying almost 95,000 tons of corn left Ukrainian ports on Sunday.
The Joint Coordination Center (JCC) announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
According to the JCC, the Amber S ship will deliver 43,226 tons of corn to Spain and the Yasa Emirhan vessel will transport 51,500 tons of corn to the Netherlands.
In addition, according to the statement, five ships are heading to Ukrainian ports.
"The total tonnage of grain and other agricultural products exported from three Ukrainian ports is 22,327,620 tons. The total number of voyages enabled is 1,524," the statement said.
The JCC added that 105 applications to participate in the Black Sea Grain Initiative have been submitted.