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Eight ships leave ports of Great Odesa with 342,000 tonnes of agricultural products in two days.
Another eight ships with 342,000 tonnes of agricultural products for the countries of Africa, Asia and Europe left the ports of Great Odesa over the past two days, the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority (USPA) reported on Facebook.
"Since August 1, a total of 483 ships left the ports of Great Odesa, which exported 11.6 million tonnes of Ukrainian food to the countries of Asia, Europe and Africa," the ministry said.
It clarified that four ships were also moving along the grain corridor on Sunday to load 130,500 tonnes of agricultural products.
As reported, in Istanbul on July 22, with the participation of the UN, Ukraine, Turkey and Russia, two documents were signed on the creation of a corridor for the export of grain from three Ukrainian ports: Chornomorsk, Odesa and Pivdenny, for a period of 120 days. Ukraine set as its goal to export 3 million tonnes of agricultural products per month as part of the initiative.
After Russia's announcement on October 29 that it was withdrawing from the grain initiative due to an alleged attack by Ukraine on ships in Sevastopol, exports of up to 10 million tonnes slowed down and were carried out intermittently: only about 100,000 tonnes per week, while previously such volumes were sent on average for day.
The lifting of the restrictions was announced on November 2, and on November 17, the extension of the grain initiative for another 120 days was announced. At the same time, Ukraine claims that it is able to ship more products, but its shipment is hindered by the insufficient work of the Joint Coordination Centre.
The Russian occupiers are shelling Kherson, explosions are heard in Dniprovsky district, said head of the city military administration Roman Mrochko.
Two of the three ships that used the temporary corridors established by the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reached the Black Sea ports, according to data from the MarineTraffic resource.
Justice Ministry files lawsuit with High Anti-Corruption Court on nationalization of Rostvertol assets.
On September 19, the Ministry of Justice filed a lawsuit with the High Anti-Corruption Court against Rostov Helicopter Production Complex PJSC Rostvertol for the recovery of its Ukrainian assets for state income.
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Commander General Oleksandr Tarnavsky said that winter would not hinder the Ukrainian counteroffensive, because most military advances are now taking place on foot, CNN reports.
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