(ANSA) – ISTANBUL, AUGUST 20 – The ship ‘Zumrut Ana’, bound for Venice with a cargo of 6,300 tons of sunflower oil, has been authorized to depart from the port of Chornormorsk in Ukraine. This was announced by the UN delegation present in Istanbul at the center for the coordination of exports of cereals and similar food products from Ukrainian ports. According to the press release, the ‘Mv Ocean S’ ship, bound for Turkey, loaded with 25,000 tons of grain, was also authorized to depart from Chornomorsk.
The Turkish Ministry of Defense said in the morning that two boats left the Chornomorsk port but without specifying the names of the ships. (HANDLE).
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