Only two vessels remained in the ports of Great Odesa.
Mariupol port can be used to export stolen raw materials from temporarily occupied territories.
Ships of the "river-sea" class with a maximum load of 5,000 tons enter the port.
The new route to Ukraine’s Black Sea ports is gaining traction, according to Western media reports.
The vessels are immediately sent to a roadstead for transshipment.
The shipping company proposes to create 3 additional anchorages in the port of Constanta, one of which will be assigned to Ukraine.
A memorandum of understanding has been signed between the USPA and the ports of South Louisiana and New Orleans.
The Port of Gdańsk expects grain handling to increase from 2 million tons last year to nearly 6 million tons within two years.
The aim is to build capacity to protect ports and other critical infrastructure.
The Ukrainian attacks on a Russian warship in the port of Novorossiysk and a tanker near the Kerch Strait have highlighted the vulnerability of Russia's Black Sea trade.
Agricultural products were destined for Egypt and Romania.
The relevant agreement is being discussed and studied by the relevant ministries, banks, and international insurance groups, including Lloyd's of London.
Polish experts believe it is necessary to completely unblock maritime trade routes to Ukrainian ports.
The military threat from Russia and risks from mines remain along the entire lengths of all the routes.
A senior manager at Ukraine's largest exporter discusses the options for unblocking Ukraine's seaports.
This is essentially a step to block Russian ports in response to Russia's pirate activities in the region.
The Ukrmetallurhprom president also believes sea routes should be opened for all civilian products.