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  • Two more vessels blocked due to war are moving through a temporary corridor from the Black Sea ports of Ukraine: Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development

    The bulk carriers ANNA-THERESA (Liberia) and OCEAN COURTESY (Marshall Islands) have left Pivdennyi port and are moving along the established corridor towards the Bosphorus. They are carrying 56,000 tonnes of pig iron and 172,000 tonnes of iron ore concentrate.

    Both bulk carriers are operated by a Singaporean shipping company and were in Pivdennyi port before the full-scale invasion. The bulk carrier ANNA-THERESA has been in the port since February 22, 2022, and OCEAN COURTESY since February 16, 2022.

    The corridor established by the navigational order of the Ukrainian Navy is primarily used to evacuate vessels that were in the Ukrainian ports of Chornomorsk, Odesa and Pivdennyi at the time of the full-scale invasion of the russian federation. Since August 15, 4 vessels have already used the temporary corridor.

    The container ship JOSEPH SCHULTE and the bulk carrier PRIMUS were the first to use the corridor on August 16 and 27.