Turkish and Ukrainian officials say the first ship carrying grain has left a Ukrainian port under a landmark deal with Russia.
They say the ship left the southern port of Odesa early on Monday morning.
The Joint Co-ordination Centre said the ship was carrying some 26,000 tonnes of corn.
The blockade of Ukraine’s grain has contributed to a global food crisis with wheat-based products becoming more expensive, and cooking oils and fertiliser also increasing in price.
According to United Nations data Russia and Ukraine jointly produce nearly a third of global wheat supplies.
Turkey said vessel named Razoni would dock at the port of Tripoli in Lebanon.
It added further shipments were planned over the coming weeks.
Since February Russia has been blockading Ukrainian ports.
However, the two sides made a deal to resume shipments.