Cargo vessels will arrive through a temporary corridor to load grain in Ukraine, and the Puma has left the Ukrainian port.
According to Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov, the bulk carriers Resilient Africa and Aroyat have confirmed their readiness to use the entrance route to the port of Chornomorsk to load almost 20,000 tons of wheat bound for the countries of Africa and Asia.
In addition, the bulker Puma, loaded with metal and rapeseed, left the port of Odesa on the morning of September 15. Over the past month, five ships have used the temporary corridor to leave Ukrainian ports.
In the meantime, the US plans to put further pressure on Russia to restore the grain agreement. At the same time, Ukraine is preparing global insurance mechanisms to help free ports to export all types of products.
“The goal is to insure up to 30 ships heading to Ukraine through its corridor every month. At the same time, government funds stored in a deposit account cover losses of up to $30M,” explained the FT.