Ukraine: a total of 13 ships with 282,500 tons of grain

According to Ukrainian information, 13 ships loaded with 282,500 tons of grain have departed from Ukrainian ports across the Black Sea. It is said to be the largest ship convoy since the agreement negotiated with the help of the UN and Turkey came into force. The cargo ships, which are to call at eight countries, left from the ports of Odessa, Chornomorsk and Pivdennyi. The ports had been blockaded by Russian forces since the start of the war and until the deal on July 22.

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