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“Grain corridor” continues to operate

The Joint Coordination Center (JCC) reported that on Tuesday, November 15, four dry cargo ships left Ukrainian ports on Tuesday.

The vessels are loaded with wheat, peas and other agricultural products, reports “ProAgro Group” with reference to Business Information Network.

“Four vessels left Ukrainian ports, they carry a total of 95.4 thousand tons of grain and other food within the framework of the Black Sea grain initiative,” the report said.

In particular, on Tuesday, the vessel Bozburun-M with 40 thousand tons of wheat, Aysha M with 6.3 thousand tons of soybeans, Nada with 6.1 thousand tons of peas left for Turkey. In addition, the dry cargo ship Captain P Egglezos will deliver 43 thousand tons of sunflower meal to China.

At the same time, six vessels that have already passed through the maritime humanitarian corridor are heading to Ukrainian ports.

According to the JCC, 65 dry cargo ships are waiting for permission to enter the ports of Ukraine, another 14 loaded ships are preparing for inspection in Turkish territorial waters.

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