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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM

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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM

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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM

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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM

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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM

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illustration of the Odesa Port, Ukraine, on January 11, 2023. Ukraine has exported 1M tonnes of agricultural products via grain corridor this year. The first million tonnes of Ukrainian agricultural products were sent in 2023 to the countries of Africa, Asia, and Europe. Since August 1, 644 ships have left Odesa region ports, carrying 17.3 million tonnes of Ukrainian foodstuffs. As reported, in Istanbul on November 17, Ukraine, the United Nations, and Turkey agreed to extend the Initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea for another 120 days. It started working on July 22, and the first ship with Ukrainian foodstuffs within its framework left the port of Odesa on August 1, 2022. Photo by BePress/ABACAPRESS.COM