Three new ships are heading to Ukrainian ports to load export products.
Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister for Reconstruction of Ukraine/Minister of Development of Communities, Territories, and Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov announced this in a statement, the CFTS portal reports.
The bulk carriers Azara, Ying Hao 01, and Eneida have confirmed their readiness to use the temporary corridor for civilian ships, and they are heading to the ports of Pivdennyi and Chornomorsk.
The ships will head to China, Egypt, and Spain after loading over 127,000 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products and iron ore.
According to vessel traffic tracking services, the bulk carrier Azara is about to enter Ukrainian territorial waters near Sulina. Meanwhile, the other two ships are approaching Chornomorsk.
The first ships to use the corridor, which the Ukrainian Navy temporarily established, were the bulk carriers Resilient Africa and Aroyat, which exported over 20,000 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products to Asia and Africa.