Ukraine's grain corridor: how much cargo has been exported from ports of Greater Odesa?
Oleksandr Kubrakov, Ukraine's Minister of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure, says that over 20 million tons of cargo have been exported from the ports of Greater Odesa via the grain corridor in six months
This was reported by the Ministry of Recovery.
"During the six months of the Ukrainian corridor's operation, 661 vessels exported more than 20 million tonnes of cargo to 32 countries. 14.3 million tonnes are the products of Ukrainian farmers. Ukraine continues to ensure the world's food security," the statement says.
It is indicated that the ports of Greater Odesa are increasing cargo transshipment. In particular, in January, they exported 6.3 million tonnes. This is almost equal to the pre-war level.
Currently, 104 more vessels are on their way to the ports, which are expected to export more than 3 million tonnes of cargo.
- Ukrainian Railways built its first grain carrier to boost exports, which is adapted for 1520-mm and 1435-mm gauge transport.