Bombed Bridges, Closed Ports Keep Ukrainian Grain From a World That Needs It

CONSTANTA, Romania — Across Ukraine, farmers are navigating mines, crossing bombed bridges and risking dangerous maneuvers in congested ports to circumvent a Russian blockade and get their grain to a world desperate for them.

But for all their efforts, Ukraine’s strained infrastructure has little hope of being able to handle the 30 million tonnes of corn, wheat and sunflower oil expected after the June harvest begins, farmers and government officials said.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/bombed-bridges-closed-ports-keep-ukrainian-grain-from-a-world-that-needs-it-11653903001 Bombed Bridges, Closed Ports Keep Ukrainian Grain From a World That Needs It

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