The maritime corridor is working: two ships are heading to the ports of Great Odesa
Two vessels for loading are moving to the ports of Great Odesa through the Ukrainian maritime corridor.
Yes, the bulk carrier Seajoy under the flag of Malta is going to the port of Odesa, as evidenced by MarineTraffic data.
The dry cargo Mohamad Y (St. Kitts and Nevis flag) is also heading to Ukraine. Until the ship has indicated the destination.
Previously, USM reported that on October 25, information appeared from USPA about the temporary suspension of the maritime corridor.
Later, the Ministry of Reconstruction said that the information about the cancellation or unexpected stoppage of the corridor is not true.
On October 28, the Minister of Infrastructure Oleksandr Kubrakov announced that 4 vessels are moving towards the Bosphorus, and 11 vessels have entered the ports of Great Odesa for loading.
A total of 62 vessels used the entry corridor, 37 of which have already exported more than 1.3 million tons of Ukrainian agricultural products and other cargo.