Two more grain ships sail from Ukraine to Turkey and Korea
Two other ships loaded with grain, one destined for Turkey and the other for South Korea, have set sail this morning from the port of Chornomorsk in Ukraine, within the framework of the export agreement closed last month by Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations. Nations, the Turkish Defense Ministry reported on Monday. “In the framework of grain transport, this morning the Ocean Lion, with the Liberian flag, which carries 64,720 tons of corn to South Korea, and the Rahmi Yagci, with the Turkish flag and with a cargo of 5,300 tons, set sail from Chornomorsk. of sunflower seed flour for Istanbul,” the Ministry said on Twitter. The two merchant ships are already on the high seas, a dozen kilometers southeast of Odessa, the agreed starting point to navigate the maritime corridor.