Three more grain ships left the ports of Ukraine

The Ministry of Defense of Turkey announced the exit of three more grain ships from the ports of Ukraines grain export from Ukraine:

Three vessels left the ports of Ukraine as part of the “food deal”, the Turkish Ministry of National Defense reported on Twitter.

“Three more ships with grain cargoes have departed from Ukrainian ports,” the Turkish defense ministry said in a statement.

The Defense Ministry added that the work on the shipment of grain in Ukrainian ports is currently ongoing.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that one million tons of agricultural products were exported from three Ukrainian ports along the grain corridor. In particular, we are talking about the ports of Chernomorsk, Odessa and Yuzhny.

The agreement on the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea was signed by Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the UN on July 22 in Istanbul. Within the framework of the document, Russia and Ukraine agreed not to strike ships that export grain.