Three vessels transporting 78,600 tons of agricultural products to African and Asian countries have left the ports of Greater Odesa under the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which established a humanitarian maritime corridor to allow ships to export grain and other foodstuffs from Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
They include the Fulmar S bulk carrier, which is transporting 11,500 tons of agricultural products to Egypt.
Twenty vessels are currently being processed in the ports of Greater Odesa, where 557,400 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products are being loaded onto them.
"Four vessels are traveling through the grain corridor to load 80,000 tons of agricultural products," the statement said.
In total, 531 vessels carrying 13.3 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products to countries in Africa, Asia, and Europe have left the ports of Greater Odesa since August 1.