Several countries, including the U.S., are trying to find an alternative shipping route for Ukrainian grain since Russia left the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
Antonina Broyaka is an ag economist from Ukraine and visiting professor at K-State. She says the Danube River, which borders Romania and Ukraine, may be option. “But the capacity at those parts are not as large as Black Sea ports.”
The US, Turkey, Ukraine, Romania and other NATO countries are trying to find a solution after Russia backed out of the grain corridor.