Adil Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, announced that 1 ships departed from Ukrainian ports between August 18 and October 354 within the scope of the Grain Corridor and said, “The total amount of cargo transported to date has exceeded 7 million 860 thousand tons. The total load carried by the ships arriving at Turkish ports was 1 million 294 thousand 706 tons. About 17 percent of the total cargo arrived at Turkish ports.
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Adil Karaismailoğlu made a statement about the amount of cargo carried in the Grain Corridor. Reminding that there was a food crisis in the world after the war between Ukraine and Russia, Karaismailoğlu emphasized that this crisis was overcome and the Grain Corridor was created as a result of successful diplomacy carried out by Turkey under the leadership of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Noting that a total of 1 ships departed from the ports in the Ukrainian cities of Odesa, Chornomorsk and Yuzhne within the scope of the grain corridor, between 18 August and 354 October, Karaismailoğlu said, “The ships include barley, wheat, soybean, sunflower meal, wheat bran, peas, sunflower seeds, 13 different types of cargo were transported, including processed mixed food, sugar beet, sunflower oil, canola seed, corn and soybean oil.
APPROXIMATELY 17 PERCENT OF THE CARGO CARRIED IN THE GRAIN CORRIDOR CAME TO TURKEY
354 of the 135 ships are Turkish. bayraklıKaraismailoğlu, who stated that it is owned or operated by the company, continued as follows:
“354 of 119 ships brought their cargo to Turkish ports. Others are Germany, Bangladesh, Belgium, Bulgaria, Algeria, Djibouti, China, Indonesia, Ethiopia, France, South Korea, Georgia, India, Netherlands, England, Iran, Ireland, Spain, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Libya, Lebanon, Egypt. He took him to Pakistan, Portugal, Romania, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia, Vietnam and Greece. The total amount of cargo transported to date has exceeded 7 million 860 thousand tons. The total load carried by the ships arriving at Turkish ports was 1 million 294 thousand 706 tons. About 17 percent of the total cargo arrived at Turkish ports. Cargoes of barley, sunflower seeds, sunflower meal, sunflower oil, peas, wheat, wheat bran, processed mixed foods, corn, soy, canola seeds and soybeans were brought to Turkish ports. 13 percent of the cargo was transported to Africa, 23 percent to Asia and 47 percent to Europe. Except for Turkey, it was determined that the highest amount of cargo was transported to Spain, Italy and the Netherlands in the European continent.”
Karaismailoğlu, Minister of Transport, noted that 354 of the 31 ships consisted of ships that had been stranded since February 24, and that the others were ships that went to Ukraine, loaded and returned after the opening of the Grain Corridor. “Eight Turks stranded in these ports since February 24 bayraklı Karaismailoğlu, who said, “Or the entire owned ship departed from the ports, bayraklı or the owner announced that the ship was not found.
363 SHIPS ARE INSPECTED BY THE JOINT HEADQUARTERS IN ISTANBUL
Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Karaismailoğlu said, “So far, a total of 386 ships have been inspected by the Joint Center in Istanbul or their inspections have been planned to go to the ports in the Ukrainian cities of Yuzhne, Chornomorsk and Odessa for the first time after the war situation and the opening of the grain corridor. While 386 out of 363 ships were inspected, 142 of the inspected ships are Turkish operators.
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