Four ships carrying 178,780 tons of agricultural products left the ports of Odesa and Pivdennyi under the Black Sea Grain Initiative to establish a humanitarian maritime corridor for shipping agricultural products from Ukraine on 19 September. 

The Fulmar S and Gulmar bulk carriers left the Odesa port and the Tomahawk and Arcturus bulk carriers left the Pivdennyi port, the CFTS portal reports, citing the Ministry of infrastructure. 

In total, 3.9 million tons of agricultural products have been exported since the first ship carrying Ukrainian agricultural products passed through the "grain corridor." 

Since the beginning of August, 169 ships carrying agricultural products to countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa have departed from these three Ukrainian seaports.