Five more ships with wheat and corn left the Ukrainian ports of Chornomorsk and Yuzhny, the Turkish Ministry of Defense reported on Twitter on August 16.
The department clarified that three dry cargo ships with agricultural products left the port of Chornomorsk, two more from Yuzhny. Four empty dry cargo ships, which are to go to Ukraine for food, will be inspected by representatives of the Istanbul Joint Coordination Center (JCC).
According to the CCS, the Propus ship, which left Ukraine, is heading to the Romanian Constanta with 9.1 thousand tons of wheat. The Osprey S ship carries 11.5 thousand tons of corn to the Turkish Iskenderun, Ramus – 6.1 thousand tons to the Turkish port of Karas.
Dry cargo ship Brave Commander is to deliver 23.3 thousand tons of wheat to Djibouti, and Bonita – 60 thousand tons of corn to the port in Incheon in the Republic of Korea.
As reported IA REGNUMSKC oversees the safe transportation of grain from Ukraine under the conditions of the Russian military…