Three vessels loaded with agricultural products left Ukrainian seaports on 21 November and 76 are awaiting permission to enter.

Serhii Bratchuk, the spokesperson for the Odesa regional military administration, announced this, the CFTS portal reports, citing Radio Svoboda.

"Three vessels left Ukrainian seaports on Monday. They are transporting 90,428 tons of grain and other food products under the Black Sea Grain Initiative," he said.

Bratchuk added that three vessels that passed through the humanitarian maritime corridor (established under the Black Sea Grain Initiative to allow ships to export grain and other foodstuffs from Ukraine) on Monday are heading to Ukrainian seaports.

"Seventy-six vessels are waiting for permission to enter Ukrainian ports, and 33 loaded dry cargo vessels are being readied for inspection in Turkish territorial waters before proceeding to their destinations," he said.