On Tuesday, December 20, 4 ships with 129,000 tons of agricultural products for Africa, Asia and Europe left the ports of Greater Odessa.

This is reported by CFTS with reference to the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine.

Among them is the INCE ATLANTIC bulker with 44,000 tons of wheat for Kenya. This already is the third vessel with Ukrainian grain for this African country. Kenya was also included in the list of countries to which humanitarian wheat from Ukraine will go as part of the Grain From Ukraine program.

At the moment, 27 vessels are being processed in the ports of Greater Odessa. 1 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products are loaded onto them. 2 ships with 63 thousand tons of agricultural products are moving along the grain corridor.

As of December 19, 80 vessels were waiting for the JCC inspection in the Bosphorus.

Since August 1, 569 vessels have left the ports of Greater Odesa, which exported 14,3 million tons of Ukrainian food to the countries of Asia, Europe and Africa.

In the previous two days, 7 ships with 182 thousand tons of agricultural products left for the Bosphorus from three ports of Odesa region.