Five More Ships With Grain Leave Ukrainian Ports

As part of the "grain initiative," five more ships carrying a total of 90,000 tonnes of crops grown in Ukraine

have left the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk, and Pivdennyi.

An Ukrinform reporter says that the statement was made by the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure on Facebook.

The ships are now on their way to countries in Africa and Europe.

Since the "grain initiative" began, the Ministry says that 2.6 million tonnes of agricultural products have been sent abroad.

A total of 113 ships carrying grain made in Ukraine left for countries in Asia, Europe, and Africa.  

the UN signed an agreement that unblocked grain exports from three Ukrainian sea ports.