Black Sea Grain Initiative allowed an export of more than 4.5 million/tons of grain and agricultural products

The Joint Coordinating Center (JCC) has authorised the movement of more than 400 vessels during its work within the framework of the Black Sea Grain Initiative, the UN reported.

As of September 23, the total tonnage of grain and other agricultural products exported from three Ukrainian ports is 4,556,311 tons. In total, 420 ships have been allowed to move at the moment – 217 for arrival in Ukrainian ports and 203 for leaving them.

UN, report

It is noted that on September 23, 12 ships with more than 200 thousand tons of food left Ukrainian ports after receiving permission from the JCC.

The UN explained that five ships – Zeko Y (8.2 thousand tons of wheat), Olma (5150 tons of soybeans), Merry M (4450 tons of sunflower meal), Gudena (3860 tons of sunflower oil), Nil Demir (3, 7 thousand tons of peas) – went to Turkey.

In addition, the Sea Dove (33 thousand tons of corn) and Lady Ayana (27 thousand tons of corn) ships sailed for Italy, the Fortuna dry cargo ship (10,252 tons of sunflower meal) – for France, the Gem Star ship (31,039 tons of corn) – to the Netherlands.

Dry cargo ship Mo Gan Shan (57,311 tons of wheat) was poisoned in Bangladesh, the ship Mavka (11,950 tons of sunflower oil) – in Romania, Tzarevich (10 thousand tons of sunflower meal) – in Bulgaria.

On July 22, in Istanbul, with the participation of the UN, Ukraine, Turkey and Russia, a document was signed on the creation of a corridor for the export of grain from three Ukrainian ports – Chornomorsk, Odessa and Yuzhny.

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