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SHIPS CONTINUE TO CARRY OVER AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS THROUGH GRAIN CORRIDOR!

Since Aug. 1, more than 170 ships have carried over 4M tonnes of agricultural products through grain corridor… Six more ships have left Ukrainian ports under the historic Istanbul grain export deal, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said on Saturday.  A ministry statement did not disclose the ships’ points of …

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US: ISTANBUL GRAIN AGREEMENT BRINGS DOWN GLOBAL FOOD PRICES

US says Russia has exacerbated global food security crisis… ISTANBUL The US said late Thursday that the historic Istanbul grain agreement for safe exports from Ukrainian ports brought down global food prices by bringing over 2.7 million metric tonnes of grain to world markets. In a press release, the State …

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UKRAINE GRAIN EXPORTS EXCEED 1 MILLION TONNES…

The sum of food exports from Ukraine to the world markets exceeded 1 million tonnes since the establishment of the grain corridor through the Black Sea, Türkiye’s Defense Ministry has announced, informing nine more ships departed from Ukrainian ports over the weekend. A written statement issued by the Defense Ministry informed that the amount of grain …

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OVER 1 MILLION TONNES OF GRAIN SHIPPED FROM UKRAINE VIA GRAIN CORRIDOR!

103 ships have departed Ukrainian ports since Aug. 1, Turkish authorities say… More than a million tonnes of grain have been safely shipped from Ukrainian ports since the beginning of August under a historic deal, the Turkish National Defense Ministry said on Saturday. In July, Türkiye, the UN, Russia, and …

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CARGO SHIPS CONTINUE TO CARRY FOODSTUFFS FROM UKRANIAN SEAPORTS…

A total of 33 cargo ships carrying around 719,549 tons of foodstuffs have left Ukraine under a deal brokered by the United Nations and Türkiye to unblock Ukrainian seaports, the Ukrainian Agriculture Ministry said on Tuesday. The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) in Türkiye monitoring the implementation of the agreement puts …

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NEW SHIPS CARRYING GRAIN LEFT UKRANIAN PORTS!

Four more ships left Ukrainian ports under the July 22 Istanbul grain export deal, the Turkish Defense Ministry said on Sunday. Two ships departed from the Ukrainian port of Chernomorsk, while the others from Odessa and Yuzhny ports, the ministry said on Twitter. It added that a ship coming from …

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PRICES FALL AS VESSELS CONTINUE TO CARRY UKRANIAN GRAIN!

An empty merchant vessel left Istanbul for a Ukrainian port to collect grain on Friday following inspections under a Turkish-brokered grain corridor deal between Turkiye, Russia, Ukraine and the United Nations. The Barbados-flagged Fulmar S. headed to Chernomorsk to load grain under the landmark deal signed last month. The ship was …

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STOLTENBERG: I THANK TURKIYE FOR ITS PIVOTAL ROLE DURING GRAIN CRISIS

ATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and leaders of countries thanked Turkiye as they welcomed the news of the first ship carrying grain departing from Ukraine’s Black Sea port of Odessa on Monday. Jens Stoltenberg “I welcome the first shipment of Ukrainian grain from Odessa under the UN-brokered deal. I …

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JOINT COORDINATION CENTRE FOR UKRANIAN GRAIN EXPORT ESTABLISHED!

The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC) has been established as part of a landmark Türkiye-brokered deal to resume grain exports from Ukraine… Türkiye has formally opened a joint coordination centre for Ukrainian grain exports under an Ankara-brokered deal aimed at resuming shipments for the first time since the start of Russia’s …

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ISTANBUL GRAIN CENTRE TO BE OFFICIALLY OPENED ON WEDNESDAY!

The Joint Coordination Centre (JCC), established as part of a landmark deal to resume grain exports from Ukraine, has started work in Istanbul, Russia’s defense ministry said on Tuesday. The center will be officially opened in a ceremony on Wednesday, Turkiye’s Defense Ministry said separately on Tuesday. Ukraine, Russia, Turkiye …

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