Ukraine’s Danube ports face logistics setbacks amid grain corridor opening
Ports are battling low water levels and a temporary restriction on access to one of the canals because of incidents involving explosives
Low water levels are limiting the amount of cargo moving into and out of Ukraine’s Danube ports, while grain shipments through the safe corridor are capped initially at no more than three vessels a day. Meanwhile, the World Food Programme has agreed a $10.2m contract with Cargill to start food aid shipments
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