Occupied Kherson region starts grain exports to Russia

(MENAFN) Moscow-backed representatives in Kherson, Ukraine have started exporting grain to Russia after an international food deficiency.

Kiril Stremousov, Moscow's official in the southern port city, stated to Russian news agency TASS that the winter harvest in the district has started.

Stremousov declared that there is extra grain in the city.

Kiril stated that “We have a place to store grain, but there is a large amount of grain. People are now starting to export grain to buyers in Russia.”

Stremousov also stated that the government is going to transport sunflower seeds from the district to processing services in Russia as well.

Russia and Ukraine, as important main grain exporters worldwide, had a part of nearly 30 percent in world wheat exports in 2021.



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