Otros tres buques con grano zarpan desde puertos ucranianos

Otros tres barcos con grano parten de puertos ucranianos y se dirigen a Turquía para ser inspeccionados, dice el Ministerio de Defensa turco

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Otros tres buques con grano zarparon de puertos ucranianos y se dirigían a Turquía para ser inspeccionados, anunció el Ministerio de Defensa turco el viernes.

Los tres mercantes transportan un total de 58.000 toneladas de maíz.

La salida de los barcos se produce unos días días después de que, a principios de semana, partiese el primero cargado con grano desde el inicio de la guerra en Ucrania. Pudo cruzar el Mar Negro en virtud de un acuerdo de guerra y el miércoles pasó una inspección en Estambul antes de poner rumbo a Líbano, su destino final.

Ucrania es uno de los principales productores de grano del mundo y las reservas varadas en el país desde el inicio de la invasión rusa el 24 de febrero estaban agravando el fuerte incremento de los precios y avivaba el temor a una crisis alimentaria global.

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