A ship loaded with grain left a Ukrainian port on the Black Sea

The “Resilient Africa” ​​ship, under the flag of Palau, left the Ukrainian port, being the first shipment of grain on the Black Sea since Russia’s withdrawal from the agreement on exports from Ukraine, according to Reuters.

“The ship Resilient Africa, which carries 3,000 tons of wheat, has left the port of Chornomorsk and is heading for the Bosphorus. This is the first of the two ships that entered Chornomorsk last week through a temporary corridor for civilian ships set up by the Ukrainian Navy,” Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov announced on Facebook.

Another ship, which is called “Aroyat”, also under the flag of Palau, is in the Ukrainian port waiting to be loaded for departure. The crew of the two ships consists of sailors from Ukraine, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Egypt. The ships will deliver cereals in Egypt and Israel, according to the Ministry of Agriculture of Ukraine.

Last month, Ukraine announced the establishment of a “humanitarian corridor” in the Black Sea to free ships stuck in its ports since the start of the war in February 2022 and to bypass the blockade imposed by the Russians after abandoning the grain deal.

The ships use the corridor that passes by the western coast of the Black Sea, near Romania and Bulgaria. This is a test of Ukraine’s ability to reopen shipping routes at a time when Russia is trying to reimpose its blockade after abandoning the grain deal in July. In recent months, the Russians have launched numerous attacks with drones and missiles on the port infrastructure in Ukraine, both from the Black Sea and the Danube.

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