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Ukrainian exports by sea have passed an important milestone

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Ukraine has reached almost pre-war export volumes from Greater Odessa ports, and has also introduced a more efficient logistics route without Russian involvement.

The volume of exported cargo in the Ukrainian corridor in the Black Sea for seven months exceeded the annual figures for the grain initiative. This was announced by the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine on Friday, March 29.

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“33.8 million tons of cargo were exported through the Ukrainian corridor in seven months. This is more than what was exported during the year of the grain initiative,” the statement said.

It is indicated that 1,140 ships pass through the sea corridor, exporting cargo to 40 countries. Of these, 23.1 million tons are products of Ukrainian farmers.

Currently, 150 ships are waiting to approach the ports of Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny, which should export about 5 million tons of cargo.

“We can say that we reached almost the pre-war export volume from the ports of Greater Odessa, and also introduced a better logistics route without the involvement of an aggressive state, which will continue to guarantee security in food in the world. This is another common victory for the state, the united Defense Forces and the entire naval infrastructure industry,” the ministry said.

Let’s recall that since the beginning of the 2023/2024 marketing year, Ukraine has exported more than 20.2 million tons of grains and legumes.

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