Another ship with Ukrainian grain arrived in Istanbul
The ship "Royen", which sailed under the Maltese flag from the port of Chernomorsk, loaded with 13 tons of corn, reached the coast of Istanbul.
This is another ship carrying grain as part of an agreement signed on July 22 by Turkey, Ukraine, Russia and the United Nations (UN) to restore shipments of Ukrainian grain from Black Sea ports.
As Anatolia reports, the "Royen" ship, whose final destination is Great Britain, will be anchored in the Istanbul Strait, where a team consisting of representatives of Turkey, Russia, Ukraine and the UN will inspect the ship, after which the ship will continue its journey. .
The Turkish-flagged ship Polarnet, carrying 12 tons of grain, is also expected to enter the Istanbul Strait soon.
Turkey's Defense Ministry said on Friday that three ships with a total of 58 tons of corn left Ukrainian ports for Turkey, Great Britain and Ireland.
On Monday, the first ship with grain left the Ukrainian port of Odessa, which then continued its journey from Istanbul to Lebanon.