Three vessels with grain have left Ukrainian ports and are heading towards the maritime humanitarian corridor. This is reported by the Air Force with reference to data from the MarineTraffic service.
Navistar dry cargo ship left the port of Odesa on Friday morning, and another ship Rojen - from neighboring Chornomorsk.
Later, the Polarnet dry cargo ship left Chornomorsk.
All three vessels are now heading towards Istanbul along the maritime humanitarian corridor.
Earlier, the Coordination Center in Istanbul issued a permit for the passage of three ships through the maritime humanitarian corridor.
As previously reported, the international inspection of the first commercial vessel with Ukrainian grain was completed on August 4.