As part of the “grain deal” from Ukraine, 108 ships took out almost 2.5 million tons of grain and other food, the Joint Coordination Center reported. Anadolu Agency calculated that most flights arrived in Turkey
According to the Joint Focal Point, as part of the “grain deal” 108 ships transported 2,463,991 tons of grain and other foodstuffs from Ukrainian ports.
The Turkish Anadolu agency published statistics, according to which, as of September 8, 2.5 million tons of food were taken out by 105 ships, of which 39 have already reached their destinations, and another 66 are on their way. The agency estimated that 21 ships called at the ports of Turkey, four — in the harbors of Egypt and Italy, three ships delivered cargo to Romania. One ship arrived in the ports of England, Greece, Djibouti, Israel, Spain, Ireland and the Netherlands.
Ships with food are leaving Ukrainian ports as part of the “grain deal”, an agreement on which Russia and Ukraine signed separately with Turkey and the UN on July 22. The parties undertook to create a safe corridor for the passage of ships with grain in the Black Sea, representatives of the UN, Turkey and Ukraine agreed to control the loading in order to exclude the transport of military cargo. The agreement was concluded for three months with the possibility of extension.
The first ship left the port of Odessa on August 1, and five days later, the first foreign cargo ship moored in Chernomorsk since the outbreak of hostilities. Among the flights exporting Ukrainian grain, — two ships that went to Yemen and Djibouti as part of the UN food program.
Russian President Vladimir Putin noted that most of the supplies go to European countries, and African countries “rudely threw it.” Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed with him, expressing regret about this.
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