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790 ships have gone through ‘grain corridor’, Türkiye says

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To day, 790 ships have by now long gone as a result of the “grain corridor” in the Black Sea.

According to Protection Minister of Türkiye Hulusi Akar, the quantity of grain shipments (wheat, corn, and barley), exceeded 23 million 400 thousand tonnes. At the exact same time, 40% of the grain was transported to Europe, 30% – to Asia, 13% – to Türkiye, 12% – to Africa, and 5% – to the countries of the Center East, Hürriyet studies.

The minister also emphasised that Türkiye maintains get in touch with with the get-togethers to the “grain arrangement” with the intention of extending it.

“We continue on our negotiations with the UN, Ukraine, and Russia which are get-togethers to the grain initiative. For the next time, Ukraine expressed its constructive view concerning the continuation of the initiative. Russia also has a beneficial mind-set towards this issue. We also hope and hope that the grain initiative will continue,” Akar explained.

As documented, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to prolong the initiative for the risk-free transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for an additional 120 days in Istanbul on November 17, 2022. The initiative was introduced on July 22, 2022, and the very first ship carrying Ukrainian foodstuffs still left the port of Odesa on August 1. The settlement is legitimate until finally March 18, 2023.

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