Twelve ships with agricultural products have already left Ukrainian ports and are heading to seven foreign countries, the state enterprise Ukraine's Sea Port Authority has said.
At the same time, the second ship, the Osprey S bulker, has called at the Chornomorsk port to be loaded.
"We can already state the fact that the grain corridor is working in two directions - outbound and inbound to Ukrainian ports. The next goal is to reach a monthly volume of transhipment of 3 million tonnes or more of agricultural products with an intensity of about 100 vessels monthly," Sea Port Authority Oleksiy Vostrikov said.
A vessel with Ukrainian grain, which was rejected by the buyer, has docked in Turkey. There is no longer a problem around this dry cargo ship.