More than 150 ships have already used the temporary corridor: how much grain did they transport?

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As of November 24, 153 civilian vessels used the temporary grain corridor in the Black Sea.

This was announced by the US Ambassador to Ukraine Bridget Brink on the social network X (Twitter).

According to her, the ships transported more than 5.6 million metric tons of grain and other cargo.

Brink also noted that the temporary corridor has helped farmers and other businesses in Ukraine, as well as provided many countries with food and other goods.

As of today, 153 vessels carrying more than 5.6 million metric tons of grain and other cargo have passed through the Black Sea Humanitarian Corridor of Ukraine, supporting farmers and other businesses in Ukraine and providing food and other goods to the world. pic.twitter.com/yUtXyXpcLE

— Ambassador Bridget A. Brink (@USAmbKyiv) November 24, 2023

We would like to remind you that the movement of ships through the Ukrainian corridor continues both to and from the ports of Odesa and the region. The initiative was launched on August 8.

Recently, the Cabinet of Ministers announced the creation of a special insurance mechanism for vessels exporting grain from Ukraine.

Previously, “Slovo i Dilo” told how much agricultural products Ukraine exported through the ports during the war.

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