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.
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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