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With rivers of grain starting to flow from the fields of Ukraine, Ukrzaliznytsia is not prepared to move the record harvest to the Black Sea ports

, warns Alexander Kamyshin, the new acting CEO of the state railroad. Barely one quarter of the railroad’s 11,400 grain wagons are useable, he says. “As of July 9, only 15% of the planned repairs were completed,” he said, explaining the large number of idled wagons. “The problem with locomotives arose due to the fact that all the necessary running parts for repairs were not purchased on time.”

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