Three ships hauling crops and sunflower oil leave Chornomorsk, Ukraine

A total of 129,000 tonnes of wheat, corn and sunflower oil Friday left the Port of Chornomorsk, Ukraine, with a new shipping route for foods export out of the war-torn country launched at the same time.

Photo: Stringer/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

Friday, three dry bulk ships loaded with crops and foods were permitted to sail from the Port of Chornomorsk, Ukraine, stated the United Nations-sponsored Joint Coordination Centre (JCC), which approves ship traffic to and from Ukraine.

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