The first UN-chartered vessel MV Brave Commander loaded more than 23,000 tonnes of grain in Yuzhne, east of Odessa on the Black Sea coast. Photo: Reuters
The first UN-chartered vessel MV Brave Commander loaded more than 23,000 tonnes of grain in Yuzhne, east of Odessa on the Black Sea coast. Photo: Reuters
Ukraine war

More than half a million tonnes of grain exported from Ukraine, says UN

  • Since the Black Sea route was opened at the end of July, 36 passages have been approved – 21 ships left Ukraine and 15 went to the war-torn country
  • It is estimated that more than 20 million tonnes of grain products have been stuck in Ukraine since Russia attacked in February and blockaded the country’s ports

The first UN-chartered vessel MV Brave Commander loaded more than 23,000 tonnes of grain in Yuzhne, east of Odessa on the Black Sea coast. Photo: Reuters
The first UN-chartered vessel MV Brave Commander loaded more than 23,000 tonnes of grain in Yuzhne, east of Odessa on the Black Sea coast. Photo: Reuters
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