Nine ships carrying 163,800 tons of agricultural products left the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi on 12 September under the Black Sea Grain Initiative that established a humanitarian maritime corridor to allow ships to export agricultural products from Ukraine. The ships are heading for Asian and European countries. 

The Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports. 

According to the ministry, the ports of Greater Odesa also expected to receive 13 vessels for loading with Ukrainian agricultural products on 12 September. Six of these vessels were already moored at berths in the ports of Odesa (2 vessels), Chornomorsk (1 vessel), and Pivdennyi (3 vessels) as of 10:00. 

In total, 2.78 million tons of agricultural products have been exported since the first ship carrying Ukrainian agricultural products departed through the "grain corridor." 

In total, 122 ships carrying agricultural products intended for countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa have left Ukrainian ports.