First Convoy of Ships Carrying Ukrainian Grain Leaves Odessa Under New Deal

The primary convoy of ships carrying Ukrainian grain sailed from the port of Odessa, in an indication that final month’s settlement with Russia on facilitating Ukrainian meals exports is holding at the same time as preventing raged throughout the nation.

A convoy consisting of the majority carriers Navi Star, Rojen and Polarnet left Odessa, Ukraine, on Friday morning carrying almost 60,000 tons of corn, passing town whose horizon has been largely away from vessels for the reason that battle started on Feb. 24. In Russian-occupied southern Ukraine, north of the port metropolis, in the meantime, shelling hit a nuclear energy plant.