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Ukraine exported 26 million tons of grain via the Black Sea corridor – Kubrakov

Grains, Cereal & Legumes
Ukraine
Supply Chain Management
Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 19, 2024

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The Ukrainian corridor in the Black Sea has played a pivotal role in exporting around 40 million tons of cargo, including 26 million tons of grain, as highlighted by Oleksandr Kubrakov at the US-Ukraine Partnership Forum 2024. Additionally, the Danube Cluster ports have processed over 5.6 million tons of cargo in the first quarter of 2024, with exports accounting for 4 million tons. This progress is supported by the US Government and the American private sector, notably through a $156.6 million loan from the U.S. Export-Import Bank for Ukrzaliznytsia to purchase diesel locomotives. These developments underscore the international support for Ukraine's infrastructure and export capabilities amid ongoing challenges.
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The Ukrainian corridor in the Black Sea has allowed the export of about 40 million tons of cargo, including 26 million tons of grain. This was announced by Oleksandr Kubrakov, Vice Prime Minister for Reconstruction of Ukraine, Minister of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure (Ministry of Reconstruction), at the US-Ukraine Partnership Forum 2024. According to him, in January-March 2024, the ports of the Danube Cluster handled more than 5.6 million tons of cargo, including 4 million tons for export. “Despite all the challenges, we feel the support of the US Government and the American private sector,” Kubrakov said. He reminded that the U.S. Export-Import Bank had previously approved a $156.6 million loan for the purchase of 40 diesel locomotives for Ukrzaliznytsia. Earlier it was reported that in early April, exports through the ...
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