On the morning of August 29, another caravan with Ukrainian food left Ukrainian ports as part of the "grain corridor".
This was reported by the Ministry of National Defense of Turkey on Twitter.
"The shipment of grain continues according to plan. As of this morning, 3 more ships loaded with grain left Ukrainian ports," the message says.
As reported, on August 27, 11 ships with a total volume of 45,000 tons passed through the Shvydke mouth and the Romanian Sulina canal in the direction of the Ukrainian ports on the Danube (Izmail, Reni and Ust-Dunaisk). This is a record figure since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.
We will remind you that the export of Ukrainian grain takes place in accordance with the "grain agreement" concluded between Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the UN. Control over the work of the sea corridor and the security of the operation is entrusted to the coordination center in Istanbul.