The Odesa regional military administration’s spokesperson also said that 33 loaded vessels were being readied for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.
Since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 11.6 million tons of Ukrainian food have been exported.
Ukraine has proposed extending the Grain Initiative for one year and including the Mykolaiv seaport in it.
According to KSE analysts, the estimated cost of repairing the damaged and replacing destroyed granaries is about USD 1.1 billion.
The company has also lost control over some of its granaries.
The UN World Food Program chartered the vessel.
The Foreign Affairs Ministry will compile a list of countries in need of food.
Transshipment is performed in 2-3 days under the new scheme.
About 80,000 tons of Ukrainian food wheat will help meet the needs of countries on the brink of starvation.
Over 270,000 tons of grain will be loaded onto the ships.
18 loaded vessels are preparing for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.
Other insurers also provide insurance cover through the Ascot facility.
Seven vessels carrying 290,000 tons of grain left the ports of Greater Odesa on 3 November.
The company believes that it is necessary to expand the infrastructure and speed up border procedures at the EU’s external borders.
The ministry said it had received written guarantees that Ukraine would not use the "grain corridor" to conduct military operations against Russia.
The Ukrainian Ministry of Agrarian Policy believes that an increase in prices will be felt even in those countries that have never bought Ukrainian grain.
In the three months since the launch of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, 422 vessels have exported almost 10 million tons of agricultural products.
The "grain corridor" continues to operate.
In this way, the Russian Federation is also trying to increase social tensions in the EU and earn money by exporting its own grain.
Out of the 2.4 million tons of storage capacity in the granaries at the ports, only 0.3 million tons remain.