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Czech company helps to export Ukrainian grain - media

A grain cargo from Ukraine was brought to a German port.

Czech company helps to export Ukrainian grain - media

The Czech Railways subsidiary ČD Cargo has delivered the first cargo of Ukrainian grain to the German port of Brake (Lower Saxony), which will then travel to Egypt, reported, citing

The first train transported about 1.8 thousand tons of corn, which was loaded into wagons with European track width at the transshipment station Dobra near the Slovak-Ukrainian border.

Representatives of the Czech state-owned company are currently negotiating various alternative grain delivery routes. Routes through Polish and German ports and Adriatic ports are considered.

According to earlier reports, the German company Deutsche Bahn has started transportation by rail to support grain exports from Ukraine.

The russian blockade interferes with the export of foodstuff from Ukraine, which threatens millions of people worldwide with malnutrition and hunger. That is why the United States calls for an end to russia's blockade of Ukrainian ports. And UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is in talks with russia, Turkey and other countries to open Ukrainian grain exports and prevent global food shortages.

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