Ukraine already has $10 billion in grain ready for export
Ukraine now has $10 billion in remaining grain harvest from last year that can be exported. Mykola Solskyi, Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, stated this during a press conference at the Media Center.
“There was recent information that we have residual grain worth $10 billion. This is correct; it is a large sum. We’re talking about another $20 billion in addition to what we expect this year and the grain that needs to be exported. This is money that Ukrainians and Ukraine can earn from the sale of grain so that the state, and especially its agricultural sector, could function,” remarked Solskyi.