It is planned that in 2 weeks the number of vessels in Ukrainian ports will increase to 3-5 per day.
It arrived in Odesa for the first time since February 24 vessel under loading.
This is reported on the page in Facebook Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine with reference to relevant minister Oleksandr Kubrakov.
According to him, tonight, for the first time since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, a ship arrived for loading. This is a FULMAR S bulker.
The ship arrived during the implementation of the Initiative on the safe transportation of grain and food products from Ukrainian ports.
“We can already state the fact that thanks to the efforts of the President of Ukraine, the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the Ministry of Infrastructure and our partners – the UN and Turkey – the “grain corridor” has worked in two directions – to the exit and entrance to the ports of Ukraine,” Kubrakov noted.
He believes that this event is also an important signal to the market that the “grain corridor” is a safe and profitable business opportunity for shipowners to return to Ukrainian ports.
As UNIAN reported, on July 22, an agreement was signed in Istanbul on the unblocking of Ukrainian ports “Odesa”, “Chornomorsk” and “Pivdenny” for the export of grain and other agricultural products. The Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Oleksandr Kubrakov, and the Minister of Defense of Russia, Serhii Shoigu, signed separate identical agreements with the UN and Turkey.
As part of the implementation of agreements with a cargo of Ukrainian corn, 4 ships were previously dispatched – they transport more than 80 thousand tons of products.
The arrival of the first RAZONI vessel at the final destination – the port of Tripoli (Lebanon) – is expected on August 7.
Today, August 6, Andriy Klymenko, head of the Monitoring Group of the Black Sea Strategic Research Institute, announced that the Turkish dry cargo ship FULMAR S is approaching the commercial seaport of Chornomorsk (Odesa region).
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