Ukraine’s transhipment capacity insufficient, but EU helps out
Sunset over the Wheat Field. Photograph was taken in a village Rodine, Slovenia. Macro of wheat and barley in early summer.
Ukraine’s transhipment capacity is insufficient to handle the agricultural cargo volumes pending on the Western Ukrainian border. The country’s infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov underlined that time is pressuring and stressed that EU investments in Ukraine should take place as soon as possible. In return, the EU Parliament voted for the suspension of Ukraine’s export duties, setting aside customs processes to facilitate the speedy transport of products.
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