Ukraine has established routes for grain exports through Poland and Romania

Ukraine has established routes for grain export through Poland and Romania

Ukrainian authorities have developed two corridors for grain export through Poland and Romania. This was announced by Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Senik to Reuters.

– These routes are not ideal, but we are doing our best to develop them, he said on the sidelines of the Asian Security Summit in Singapore.


According to Senik, up to 30 million tons of grain are currently stored in the warehouses of Ukraine, which must be exported. Due to Russia's blockade of Ukrainian ports, the authorities are looking for other ways to export products.

The Deputy Foreign Minister also said that Ukraine is working on creating a third corridor for food exports. Negotiations are underway with the Baltic countries on this occasion.

Ukrainian ports are blocked by Russian military personnel. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he would unblock ports if the West lifted sanctions against Moscow. Later, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said that Russia was ready to let ships with Ukrainian grain into the Mediterranean Sea without lifting sanctions, but the sea water area had to be cleared.

According to President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelensky, during the war, Russian servicemen stole half a million tons of grain in the temporarily occupied Ukrainian lands. In response, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry called on countries to use their contacts with Moscow to force them to lift the blockade of Ukrainian seaports and end the war.

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