12 ships have now sailed from Ukraine with grain cargoes

A total of 12 dry bulk ships loaded with Ukrainian grain for export have sailed from the war-torn country since Monday last week, when the first ship was allowed to leave the Port of Odesa following a deal between Russia and Ukraine.

Vessel Fulmar S seen Friday heading to Ukraine for grain. | Photo: Mehmet Caliskan / Reuters

Since the first ship sailed from a Ukrainian port loaded with grain on Monday last week, a series of other vessels have followed in order to jump-start the nation’s grain exports.

More specifically, a total of 12 dry bulk ships have sailed from Ukraine carrying grain since the country made a deal with Russia to secure its grain exports. The agreement was negotiated with assistance from Turkey and the United Nations.

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