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First shipment of Ukrainian grain leaves Odessa under Türkiye-brokered deal

The first ship carrying Ukrainian grain has departed from the port of Odessa en route to Lebanon as part of a recent deal brokered by Türkiye. Loaded with corn, the Sierra Leone-flagged dry cargo ship, Razoni, left Odessa on August 1, as agreed upon by the signatories of the accord, the Turkish Ministry of National Defence said in a statement. #Ukraine #Türkiye #Razoni

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