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LITHUANIA OPENS ITS PORT TO EXPORT UKRAINE GRAIN
Agri-Pulse reports:

Ukrainian farmers will be able to use the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda to export corn and other ag commodities, according to the consulting firm APK Inform. The two countries are working to sink railway lines and run shipments through Poland to get to the port.

"We are cooperating with Ukrainian for several weeks," said Lithuanian Minister of Transport & Communications Marius Skuodis, who was quoted by APK Inform. "Coordination between railways are the most important."

The Lithuanian ministry said in a tweet that it is also working closely with the European Union to help transport grain out of Ukraine.


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