New Grain Export Route: Ukraine's Strategy Without Russia | The Gaze
Russia has become an extra link in the grain export chain from Ukraine to international markets. According to the Ambassador of Ukraine to Turkey Vasyl Bodnar, the corridor now operates through the territorial waters of Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey. After the withdrawal of the Russian Federation from the 'grain agreement', 21 ships have already left the Black Sea ports through a temporary corridor. 25 ships entered ports for loading. This indicates that Russia has lost influence in the Black Sea region. How Ukraine exports agricultural products without the participation of the Russian Federation - see in a material.