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Bulgaria will help Ukraine to increase exports through ports

Bulgaria
Ukraine
Supply Chain Management
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 27, 2024

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has revealed plans for Bulgaria to aid in the growth of Ukrainian shipping through increased cargo transportation in the Black Sea and development of the Danube region. This commitment was made during discussions with Bulgarian partners who also pledged to enhance the infrastructure of the Danube region and the Ukrainian portion of the Black Sea, including its ports. Additionally, the US State Department has promised to support Ukraine in safeguarding the port infrastructure in Odesa.
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President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyi said that Bulgaria will help the development of Ukrainian shipping by expanding cargo transportation in the Black Sea and making efforts to develop the Danube region. The head of state announced this in the Telegram channel. The president discussed the relevant steps with the Bulgarian partners. Volodymyr Zelenskyy said that Bulgaria should expand trade flows and help restore normal Ukrainian shipping. Bulgarian representatives promised to develop the infrastructure of the Danube region and the Ukrainian part of the Black Sea, helping the ports. Representatives of the US State Department also guaranteed Ukraine support in protecting Odesa's port infrastructure. As always, we held productive and quite specific talks with the Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Nikolay Denkov. Thanks to Bulgaria for supporting our efforts in the Black Sea and the Danube region to expand trade flows and restore shipping. It is extremely important that we manage to ...
Source: Agropolit
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