Seven more ships carrying 151,500 tons of agricultural products left the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi for countries in Asia and Europe on 13 September under the Black Sea Grain Initiative to establish a humanitarian maritime corridor for shipping agricultural products from Ukraine. 

In total 2.9 million tons of agricultural products have already been shipped from these three ports since the opening of the grain corridor, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure. 

"In total, 129 ships carrying agricultural products intended for countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa have left Ukrainian ports. The same number of ships have entered Ukrainian ports to be loaded with Ukrainian foodstuffs," the Ministry of Infrastructure said. 

As reported earlier, the third vessel chartered by the United Nations entered a Ukrainian port to load grain intended for Africa on 12 September.