A bulk carrier with Ukrainian grain has already arrived in Turkey
On Thursday, September 21, the ship Resilient Africa arrived at the Turkish Bosphorus Strait.
The first ship with Ukrainian grain arrived in Turkey through a temporary corridor. This is evidenced by MarineTraffic data.
The dry cargo Resilient Africa, carrying 3,000 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products, became the first ship to leave the port of Chornomorsk after the withdrawal of the Russian Federation from the Grain Agreement.
The ship entered the Black Sea and left it through a temporary corridor approved by the Navy of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
Resilient Africa (IMO: 9257204) is a Palau-flagged bulk carrier. The ship was built in 2001. Deadweight — 3276 tons.
As previously reported by USM, the ship left the Black Sea port on September 19.