Bulgaria will help with the transit of Ukrainian agricultural products to Mediterranean ports

Supply Chain Management
Regulation & Compliances
Published Feb 27, 2024

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Ukraine and Bulgaria have announced a partnership to facilitate the transportation of agricultural products to Mediterranean ports. The collaboration, announced by Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and his Bulgarian counterpart Nikolay Denkov, will involve various modes of transit including road, sea, river, and rail through Romania and Bulgaria to Greek Mediterranean ports. Additionally, the two nations will collaborate on ensuring security in the Black Sea and promoting global food security.
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Ukraine will cooperate with Bulgaria on the transportation of agricultural products to Mediterranean ports. This was stated by Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal during a joint briefing with Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov. “Together, Ukraine and Bulgaria will do everything possible to ensure security in the Black Sea,” the Prime Minister said. Shmyhal said that the Black Sea Security Conference of the International Crimean Platform will be held in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia, in April. It will develop solutions that will make Russian terror in the Black Sea region impossible. “Our countries will continue to work together to ensure global food security. To this end, Bulgaria will help increase the transit potential of European solidarity routes to the ports of the Mediterranean Sea,” the Prime Minister of Ukraine emphasized. In particular, we are talking about ...
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