The United Nations World Food Program announced that a ship carrying Ukrainian grain arrived in Yemen under the Black Sea Grain Corridor agreement.
According to the Sputnik news agency, the United Nations World Food Program announced in a statement on its Twitter account that a ship carrying Ukrainian grain that departed from the port of Odessa within the framework of the Black Sea Grain Corridor Agreement has arrived in Yemen.
According to the statement issued by the World Food Program, 500,000 tons of wheat have been transported around the world by 18 ships within the framework of the agreement on the Black Sea Grain Corridor.
The Black Sea Grains Initiative, which was signed in Istanbul on July 22, 2022, has been extended, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said on March 18.
It should be mentioned that Turkey, Ukraine, Russia and the United Nations, with the mediation of Ankara, signed the document on the “safe transfer of grain and food from Ukrainian ports” on July 22, 2022 in Istanbul; The agreement that lasted until this Saturday.
So far, dozens of ships carrying Ukrainian grain have gone to the world markets by passing through Turkish straits.
A Spanish newspaper had previously revealed that the grain exported from Ukrainian ports was mainly destined for continental Europe.