Southeastern Region of Zaporizhzhia which is Under Russian Control is Exporting 7,000 tons of Grain a Day
Yevgeny Balitsky said supplies should also rise when the port of Berdyansk starts its grain exporting.
According to data from the southeastern region of Zaporizhzhia, which is currently under Russian control, exports of grain are exceeding nearly 7,000 tons per day. Ukraine has claimed that Russian forces have been stealing grain from the territories that Russia has seized.
Yevgeny Balitsky, the head of the Russian administration in the region, said that 5,000 tons of grain are leaving the region by train and the other 2,000 tons are leaving by vehicle export. Supplies should also rise when the port of Berdyansk starts its grain exporting.
"The issue is about to be resolved, and we will also start loading dry cargoes to Turkey. Farmers will be able to sell their grain to Turkey, Saudi Arabia, the Middle East, and Egypt - the standard markets."
Yevgeny Balitsky said.
The grain is headed to parts of Iraq, Iran, and Saudi Arabia after Yevgeny Balitsky announced the deal in July. So far, in total, the grain harvested has totaled nearly 1.5 Million tonnes.