Port of Constanta handled 4.5 mln tonnes of Ukrainian grain since war started

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Ukraine has sent roughly 4.5 mln tonnes of grains to Constanta (Romania) since the war started, the port told Reuters.

Ukraine continues to ship grain across the Danube to the Romanian Black Sea port of Constanta even after some of its own ports reopened.

“Some of the traders we deal with have reduced their operations at Reni and Ismail, but the flows we have created are still going and we see them going even after the war ends”, – TTS deputy chief executive Ion Stanciu said.

Ukraine continues to transport grain through the Danube ports of Reni and Izmail to the Romanian port of Constanta, even after the implementation of the Initiative on safe transportation of grain and food products.

“Some of the traders we deal with have reduced their operations in Reni and Ishmael, but the flows we have created are still continuing. Our grain volumes are slightly lower, but the pace is almost the same as before. “Our grain volumes are slightly lower but the pace is almost the same as before”, – said TTS Group Deputy Executive Director Ion Stanchu.

Since the war started, the group has transported nearly 1 mln tonnes of cargo to and from Ukraine, with grains accounting for just under half of the total, Stanciu said.

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