Six ships with agricultural products left Ukrainian ports in the morning

Razoni freighter with a cargo of grain in the port of Odessa, Ukraine. Archive photo

Six ships of grain came from the Ukrainian ports on a Sunday morning, reported the Ministry of national defence of Turkey.

In Istanbul on 22 July, the signing of multilateral agreements on the withdrawal of restrictions on the supply of oil products for export and the promotion of Russian export of Ukrainian grain. The deal, which was signed by representatives of Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the UN, involves the export of Ukrainian grain, food and fertilizer across the Black sea from three ports, including Odessa.

“Work continues on the shipment of grain to the ports of Ukraine. As of this morning the Ukrainian ports has released six vessels with grain cargoes”, – stated in the message of the Turkish military Department on Twitter.