The government made a decision to expand the water area of seaports on the Danube. We are talking about the ports of Izmail, Reni and Ust-Dunaisk.
In January-September, the Ukrainian ports of the Danube region increased their cargo turnover by 3.5 times, to more than 11 million tons, compared to the same period last year.
In two days, 14 dry cargoes will arrive in Ukraine, which will be able to transport more than 270 thousand tons of grain.
Seven dry cargoes are heading to Ukrainian ports, which on Saturday and Sunday passed through the maritime humanitarian corridor within the framework of the Istanbul grain agreement.
After the full completion of construction, the Izmail terminal of JV “Nibulon” will be able to process up to 300,000 tons of grain per month.
As of the morning of October 31, vessels continue to depart from the ports of Great Odesa along the “grain corridor”.
Almost 400 ships with Ukrainian food that went through the “grain corridor” were cleared by Odesa customs officials.
In the ports of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Pivdennyi, an electronic queue was introduced for the processing of ships.
The number of ship departures from the ports of Great Odessa decreased by 26% during the week.
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