US Ambassador to Kyiv: 50 Grain Wagons Provided to Ukraine for Alternative Grain Export Routes

The United States Provides Grain Wagons to Ukraine to Help Find Alternative Export Routes

Bridget Brink, the US ambassador to Kyiv, said Washington provided 50 grain wagons to Ukraine to help Kyiv find alternative ways to export grain.

Earlier, The Wall Street Journal, citing officials, reported that the United States is negotiating with Turkey, Ukraine, and other Eastern European countries to create alternative routes for the export of Ukrainian grain after the end of the “grain deal”.

According to the newspaper, it is about sending most of the grain across the Danube, as well as across the Black Sea to nearby ports in Romania, and then to other destinations.

Brink tweeted on X (previous tweet): “This week we delivered 50 grain wagons to Ukraine’s Nepolon Company via the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to help move grain to Danube river ports, to ship from there to world markets.”

With this move, the ambassador added, the United States is allowing Ukraine to “establish and expand alternative export routes” while also helping to “stabilize world grain prices” and “feed the most vulnerable.”

Russia notified Turkey, Ukraine, and the UN of its refusal to renew the grain deal on July 18, noting that the West had not honored terms of the deal linked to Russia’s interests.

Source: “News”

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