30,000 tons of wheat were sent to Ethiopia from the port of Chornomorsk
Ethiopia will receive another 30,000 tons of Ukrainian wheat as part of the Grain from Ukraine humanitarian program.
The fourth vessel within the framework of the program left the port of Chornomorsk, the Ministry of Infrastructure reported.
Bulk carrier Amira Hana will deliver 30,000 tons of wheat to the port of Djibouti. From there, Ukrainian grain will be sent to Ethiopia, whose inhabitants are suffering from hunger.
At the end of last year, the ports of Greater Odessa already sent 3 ships with 80 thousand tons of humanitarian wheat from Ukraine to Ethiopia and Somalia.
Previously, USM reported that the the firts ambassadors who are experts in the problems of African countries joined the Grain from Ukraine initiative. Among them is the former president of Malawi, Dr. Joyce Banda, who is active in a number of international organizations, including a member of the executive committee of UN Women.
The initiative was also joined by the Regional Director of Central and West Africa Programs of the National Democratic Institute (USA), Dr. Christopher Fomunyo, and the former Minister of Education of Nigeria and former Vice President of the World Bank, Dr. Obi Ezekwesili.
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