Ukraine seeks to expand scope of grain corridor
A total of 25 vessels carrying 625,049 tonnes of grain products have so far left Ukraine. The second humanitarian aid ship is heading in to pick up a wheat cargo.
As safety is assured through the maritime corridor agreement and the pace quickens on inspections, allowing more than 600,000 tonnes of grains to leave the war-torn country, Ukraine is looking to expand the range of the deal to include Mykolayiv port, as well as to include steels
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