The temporary maritime corridor that Ukraine established for ships heading to and from its Black Sea ports continues to operate. Ships are sailing to and from the ports of Greater Odesa.
The Ministry of Reconstruction announced this on 9 November, the CFTS portal reports.
According to the ministry, 6 ships with 231,000 tons of agricultural products on board left the ports of Odesa for the Bosporus, and 5 ships were waiting to enter the ports to load goods.
Since 8 August 2023, 91 ships have already exported 3.3 million tons of agricultural and mining products and 116 ships have entered the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi to load products.
"The defense forces are doing everything possible to counter the aggressor country's attacks on port infrastructure. The world has already realized that the principles of international law do not exist for the aggressor country, and we are grateful to our partners for their support with air defense systems," the ministry said.