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Four dry cargo ships with grain to set sail from Ukraine Sunday — Turkish defense ministry

Four dry cargo ship carrying grain are expected to depart from
Ukrainian ports on Sunday, August 7, the Turkish Defense Ministry
said on Saturday, Trend reports citing TASS.

“Tomorrow four dry cargo vessels are expected to set sail from
Ukrainian ports. One will depart from Odessa and three more from
Chernomorsk. There are four vessels,” the ministry said in a
statement.

The statement says that the dry cargo ships were able to depart
from the ports thanks to “active contacts” of Turkish Defense
Minister Hulusi Akar.

The Turkish Defense Ministry announced plans to carry on the
work on Ukrainian grain exports.

Earlier the Turkish Defense Ministry informed that the
inspection of the Panama-flagged Navistar bulk carrier, which is
carrying 33,000 tonnes of corn to Ireland, had ended in
Istanbul.

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