“The necessary conditions have been created for the operation of two maritime humanitarian corridors, which are safe lanes for the movement of ships: in the Sea of ​​​​Azov (round the clock) - to exit the port of Mariupol, 115 miles long and 2 miles wide in the direction of the Black Sea,” the statement says.

The Ministry of Defense also added that a gum corridor 139 miles long and 3 miles wide has been opened in the Black Sea.

In June, it was reported that the first foreign ship Azov Concord left the port of Mariupol along a humanitarian corridor organized by the Russian military.