A ship carrying Ukrainian grain left the Port of Odesa for the first time since the Russian invasion. The ship is carrying more than 26,000 tons of corn and is expected to arrive in Istanbul, Turkey on Tuesday for inspection. Once it is given the go-ahead by Turkish officials, the shipment will move on to Lebanon. Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations signed an agreement just over a week ago to provide a safe shipping corridor. The deal was put in doubt by a bombing at Odesa the following day.
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