Two ships with soybeans and corn left Yuzhny and Chernomorsk

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On the morning of August 8, two ships with grain for Italy and Turkey left Ukrainian ports, the Turkish Defense Ministry said on Twitter. The dispatch of the two vessels was agreed by the Joint Coordinating Center for the Transportation of Grain, in which Moscow, Ankara, Kyiv and the UN take part.

48.5 tons of corn, which is sent to Iskenderun, left the ports of Yuzhny and Chernomorsk, — The agency said in a statement.

Sakura and Arizona will have to go through inspection at the port of Istanbul to ensure that the experts of the coordination center are convinced that they are transporting only grain.

The day before, four more ships departed from Ukrainian sweats— Dry cargo ships Mustafa Necati, Star Helena and Glory have moored from the port of Chernomorsk, and Riva Mind— Odessa. Mustafa Necati with sunflower oil is heading to Italy, Star Helena with sunflower seedlings— To China. Glory, which is carrying corn, is heading to Istanbul, and Riva Mind, also carrying corn,— in Iskenderun.

These ships are still on their way to Istanbul, where they will have to be inspected by experts from the coordination center. They are expected to anchor in Istanbul on the evening of August 8, they will be inspected the very next day, the Turkish Ministry of Defense specified.

Russia signed an agreement on the export of grain from Ukraine through the Black Sea with Turkey under UN mediation on July 22 in Istanbul. Ukraine signed a similar agreement separately from Russia.

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In accordance with the documents, the parties undertook to create a safe corridor across the Black Sea, along which ships with grain should be escorted by Ukrainian pilots. The military will not accompany the deliveries. Representatives of Ukraine, Turkey and the UN will act as observers and will monitor the loading. Vessels will be inspected to ensure that weapons are not carried on them.

The agreements are designed for three months and can be extended. In addition to the ships that sailed on the morning of August 8, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced the dispatch of eight dry-cargo ships: Razoni, the first dry-cargo ship with Ukrainian grain, left Odessa on the morning of August 1, it arrived in Istanbul for inspection on the evening of August 2.

Three more dry-cargo ships&mdash ; Navistar, Rojen and Polarnet— left Ukrainian ports on the morning of 5 August. On August 6, the Turkish Ministry of Defense announced on Twitter the arrival of Navistar, on August 7— that the Rojen and Polarnet ships also sailed to Istanbul and successfully passed the inspection.

On August 7, Mustafa Necati, Star Helena and Glory and Riva Mind left the Ukrainian ports. These vessels are still on their way to Istanbul.

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