The Ministry of Infrastructure said how many ships with agricultural products left the ports of Ukraine today

The Ministry of Infrastructure said how many ships with agricultural products left the ports of Ukraine today

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According to the “grain corridor” program, on Saturday, October 15, seven vessels with Ukrainian agricultural products left the ports of “Odesa” and “Pivdenny”.

This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine on Facebook.

It is noted that the respective vessels are loaded with 101,000 tons of food, which will be delivered to countries in Asia and Europe.

The State Department announced that the Russians destroyed and seized 15% of Ukraine’s grain storesThe Conflict Observatory stated that the Russian occupiers destroyed or captured up to 15% of Ukrainian grain stores.
September 16, 2022, 02:04

At the same time, since the departure of the first ship with Ukrainian food, taking into account today’s ships, 7.5 million tons of agricultural products have been exported.

As reported, a total of 341 ships left Ukrainian ports with agricultural products, which were sent to countries in Asia, Europe and Africa.

We will remind you that immediately after the invasion, Russia organized a large-scale smuggling operation for the sale of stolen Ukrainian grain. The scheme involves at least 30 ships, with the help of which Russia sold grain worth at least 530 million dollars – the money was spent on the war. How Russia steals Ukrainian grain, recorded on satellite images.

Earlier we reported that Putin threatened to close the corridor for the export of Ukrainian grain under the pretext that the grain trucks could be used to transport explosives for the Crimean bridge.

At the end of September, the grain of the new 2022 harvest began to be shipped from Odesa.

It also became known why the port in Mykolaiv is not involved in the “grain corridor”.

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