Germany is looking at alternative routes to get Ukrainian grains to market

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After two straight days of attacks on ports in the Black Sea region, other countries are now looking for ways to help Ukraine get its grains to market.

The Foreign Ministry of Germany says she will turn over every stone to find new paths for export. This comes after Russia allowed the Black Sea Grain Deal to expire earlier this week.

Within 48 hours of the deal’s end, Ukrainian officials say ports in Odesa took on fire from Russia in an effort to keep grains from leaving. Russia said it would consider all ships traveling to those ports, as potential carriers of military cargo and declared international waters as unsafe.

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