Ukraine’s Danube ports take centre stage as grain deal falters
The government is lining up investments to further develop these ports, but they are at capacity and that will not change significantly anytime soon
Ukraine’s cluster of river ports have been a lifeline during the conflict and continue to be the only ports to operate without external restrictions. The government wants to increase turnover further after a record year, but there are practical issues to adding more capacity
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