UN: Ukrainian grain exports expected to increase

Following the grain deal between Moscow and Kyiv, the United Nations expects increasing exports from Ukraine via the Black Sea. A number of ships are currently waiting for permission to sail toward Ukrainian ports, “and we expect to see a big uptick in applications for transit,” UN exports coordinator Frederick Kenney said in New York on Wednesday. There was a new high with a total of five vessels inspected under contract.

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