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Ukraine and Croatia agree on use of Croatian ports for grain exports

  • Ukraine and Croatia have agreed to use Croatian ports on the Danube and the Adriatic Sea for the export of Ukrainian grain, after Russia's withdrawal from the Black Sea grain deal.
  • This agreement provides Ukraine with alternative routes to safely export its agricultural products, as it currently relies on land export routes via the European Union and the Danube River, which has been attacked by Russia.
  • The main subject of the talks between the Ukrainian and Croatian foreign ministers was weapons, with specific agreements expected to be implemented soon.
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