Istanbul will receive first dry cargo ship delivering Ukrainian grain on August 2.

According to the Turkish Defense Ministry, the Sierra Leone-flagged Razoni dry cargo ship, which was the first to depart with a grain load from an Ukrainian port as part of the “food deal,” is scheduled to arrive in Istanbul on August 2.
The statement said “The ship loaded with corn, which left Odessa on Monday, is expected to arrive in Istanbul on Tuesday.”
According to the announcement, the ship will sail through the Bosphorus Strait and proceed to its destination after being examined at a marine control station close to Istanbul. More than 26,000 tonnes of grain are being transported on the dry cargo ship, which is headed towards Tripoli.
As stated in the report,16 dry cargo ships will make up the first caravan carrying the Ukrainian grain. Drones will be used to escort it. Furthermore, members of the Istanbul-based Joint Grain Export Coordination Center will use satellites to track the movement of boats.


July 22, An “unprecedented agreement” on the resumption of Ukrainian grain exports via the Black Sea amid the ongoing war is “a beacon of hope” in a world that desperately needs it, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said at the signing ceremony in Istanbul, Türkiye.
The UN plan, which also paves the way for Russian grain and fertilizer to reach global markets, will help to stabilize spiralling food prices worldwide and stave off famine, affecting millions.
Guterres commended the Russian and Ukrainian representatives for putting aside their differences in the common interests of humanity.