KYIV, April 16 (Reuters) – Ukraine’s point out-owned railway corporation has temporarily restricted the transportation of some agricultural items via border crossings to Poland and Romania, consultancy APK-Inform claimed on Saturday.
It gave no rationale for the limits.
Ukraine, a big agricultural producer, utilised to export most of its goods by means of seaports but considering that Russia’s invasion has been pressured to export by practice by way of its western border.
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APK-Notify reported constraints on the movement of merchandise to Poland as a result of Yahodyn have been place in area from April 16 to April 18.
There are also restrictions on the transportation of cereals, oilseeds, grains and other food stuff goods through Izov to the Polish cities of Hrubeszew and Slawkov.
From April 16 until finally even more observe, there are limitations on the export of grain and seeds to Romania via the Dyakovo and Vadul-Siret crossings, the consultancy said.
The railway business was not out there for quick comment.
Ukrainian agriculture minister Mykola Solskyi explained this 7 days the most important activity of the ministry was to uncover choice techniques to export Ukrainian grain. The place has millions of tonnes of many commodities out there for exports.
Solskyi also said 1.25 million tonnes of grain and oilseeds ended up on industrial vessels blocked in Ukrainian seaports and could shortly deteriorate.
Just before the war, Ukraine exported up to 6 million tonnes of grain and oilseed a thirty day period. In March, exports fell to 200,000 tonnes.
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Reporting by Pavel Polityuk Editing by Christina Fincher
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