Istanbul Center allowed 4 new grain carriers to sail from Ukraine

The coordination center in Istanbul has announced its permission to sail 4 new vessels with grain and oils from Ukrainian ports to transport more than 125,000 tons to their importers.

The center reported on Wednesday that the Enida vessel, which will depart from the port of Chornomorsk, will transport 35.5 thousand tons of wheat and 8.5 thousand tons of corn to Turkey.

The Masa G vessel will leave the Yuzhny port to transport 28.5 thousand tons of wheat, while the Helga and Daytona Dynamic vessels will transport 27 thousand tons and 25.8 thousand tons of corn from Odessa to Turkey, respectively.

Vessels are due to leave Ukrainian ports on Thursday.

In addition, two more ships will depart from Ukrainian ports, the entry of which to Turkey was previously postponed.

On Wednesday, specialists from the Coordination Center inspected 8 Ukrainian courts.

The total volume of grain exports from Ukraine amounted to more than 1.54 million tons in the period from 1 to 31 August.

Source: TASS

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