Three ships, carrying 58,041 tonnes of maize, are due to leave Ukrainian ports on Friday as part of the safe passage agreement reached to unblock grain exports, Reuters reported. The Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul, which monitors compliance with the agreement, said two ships would depart from Chornomorsk and one from Odessa. On Monday, the first ship was allowed to leave the Ukrainian port of Odessa since the start of the war.
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