The temporary corridor of Ukraine is capable of receiving and releasing 8 vessels per day
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The ability to receive and release 8 vessels per day demonstrates that Ukraine is able to independently provide the route of the same number of vessels per day as it was during the operation of the “grain corridor” under the auspices of the United Nations.
This opinion was expressed by Andriy Klymenko, head of the Monitoring Group of the Institute of Black Sea Strategic Studies, on Facebook.
So, on October 1, three ships left the ports of Pivdenny and Chornomorsk early in the morning, fully loaded. Another 5 vessels arrived at the ports of Great Odesa for loading.
Exited: Ying Hao 01 (IMO: 9250189), shipowner from China; Eneida (IMO: 9198381), shipowner from Panama; Azara (IMO: 9132492), shipowner from Poland.
Arrivals: New Legacy (IMO 9124782), shipowner from the Marshall Islands; Ida (IMO: 9109536), shipowner from Germany; Forza Doria (IMO: 9218038), shipowner from Liberia; Olga (IMO: 9109548), shipowner from Germany; Danny Boy (IMO: 9324722), shipowner from Greece.
“Why is the number of 5 vessels per day important? Because precisely 5 ships per day arrived at the ports of Greater Odessa in September-October 2022, that is, during the more or less normal operation of the “grain corridor” with the participation of Ukraine, Turkey, the UN and the Russian Federation,” explained Andriy Klymenko.
According to him, in this way, through the efforts of its defenders, Ukraine has demonstrated that it is capable of independently providing a safe route for the same number of vessels per day as it was during the operation of the “grain corridor” under the auspices of the UN.