The bulker Razoni is carrying over 26,500 tonnes of corn
The first shipment of grain brokered under the Black Sea grain deal has reached its destination Lebanon from Ukraine.
Sierra Leone-flagged cargo ship Razoni, carrying over 26,500 tonnes of corn bound for Tripoli in Lebanon, recently reached its destination following an inspection in Istanbul.
The deal cleared the way for Ukraine, one of the world’s key breadbaskets, to export 22 million tonnes of grain and other agricultural goods that have been stuck in Black Sea ports because of the conflict.
Loaded with corn, the Sierra Leone-flagged dry cargo ship Razoni left Odessa and arrived at the Port of Tripoli in Lebanon via the Black Sea and Turkey.
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