Ukrainian dry cargo director: "Grain corridor has had an immensely positive effect"

The UN deal about exports of Ukrainian grain from the Black Sea will expire in few weeks. If not extended, this will affect both rates and food prices, according to Ukrainian dry bulk director Gennadiy Ivanov. He calls for measures to resolve the congestion problems in Istanbul.
Photo: Mehmet Caliskan/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: Mehmet Caliskan/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix

The agreement about exports of grain from Ukraine via a corridor in the Black Sea has had a positive impact, and even though there have been problems, it ought to be renewed when it expires on Nov. 19, says Gennadiy Ivanov, director of dry cargo company BPG Shipping/Kronos Bulkers.

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