The Baltic States’ seaports are the most promising for exporting Ukrainian grain.
For grain exports, the best option is the port of Klaipeda (Lithuania) and three ports in Latvia. The government is currently working on the logistics of Ukrainian grain, said the Minister of Agrarian Policy Mykola Solsky for Ukrinform. The Baltic seaports are more powerful than the Polish ones, with more developed infrastructure. They are ready to work with Ukrainian grain, especially since they have now lost transit from Belarus and Russia, said the minister. Moreover, Solsky predicts that Ukrainian exporters will face certain problems in Romanian ports in a few months due to an overload of grain products exports from Bulgaria, Serbia, and Hungary.