According to Oleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, three more cargo vessels use the route to the ports of Chornomorsk and Pivdenij in the Black Sea, poised to facilitate the loading of export products.
n a strategic move, the Ukrainian Navy has established a temporary corridor to facilitate the export of a substantial amount of agricultural products and iron ore. This corridor is currently being utilised by the three bulk carriers, namely Azara, Ying Hao 01, and Eneida, as they embark on their journey to deliver 127,000 tonnes of goods to China, Egypt, and Spain.
⛴️3 new cargo vessels are on the way to enter Chornomorsk and Pivdenij ports for loading export products.
Bulk carriers AZARA, YING HAO 01, ENEIDA is using temporary corridor established by the Ukrainian Navy in order to export 127K tones of agroproducts and iron ore for China… pic.twitter.com/vTpDo6R1pC
— Oleksandr Kubrakov (@OlKubrakov) September 22, 2023
To remind, On 16th September, two more cargo ships had arrived at a Ukrainian port after travelling through the Black Sea using the new route. This innovative approach has garnered attention within the maritime industry, as it presents a potential solution for optimising trade routes and enhancing efficiency in the transportation of essential commodities, after the expiration of the Black Sea Grain Initiative.