Three more ships loaded with grain will depart from Ukrainian ports on 5 August, Yevropeyska Pravda has reported.
"As a result of intensive work and coordination at the centre, three ships are scheduled to leave Ukrainian ports tomorrow through the grain corridor," Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said after a meeting with Ukrainian Defence Minister Oleksiy Reznikov and Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov.
An empty vessel is also expected to go to Ukraine after an inspection in Istanbul to export Ukrainian grain.
A group of inspectors boarded the Razoni, the first grain bulker to leave Ukrainian ports during wartime, on 3 August. After the inspection, the vessel will leave the Bosphorus for the Lebanese port of Tripoli.
Earlier it was reported that 15 vessels with grain were ready to leave Ukraine, with two more on the way.