Black Sea Grain Corridor Moves 1.5M Tonnes of Food in its First Month

The first vessel chartered by the UN World Food Program to carry food aid from Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion has arrived at its destination. The bulker Brave Commander berthed at the port of Djibouti on Tuesday, delivering 23,000 tonnes of wheat for consumers in Ethiopia – one small but important part of the 1.5 million tonnes of grain shipped from Ukraine using the new Black Sea corridor.

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