The EU is looking to move Ukrainian grain through neighboring countries
As the unrest continues in Ukraine’s shipping ports, other nations are stepping up to get grain out of the country.
The European Union is working on a plan to move grains out through solidarity lanes, which are rail lines and roads that go through bordering union states like Poland, Hungary, and Romania.
They are also looking at covering the costs associated with that transport. While the Black Sea Deal was still active, around 60 percent of Ukraine’s exports went via solidarity lanes and 40 percent left through ports.