Ukraine can feed itself and will increase grain exports using alternative routes – Deputy Minister


kyiv, May 5 (Reuters)Ukraine has enough food stocks in the territory it still controls to feed the population of these areas, and has enough fuel to meet the daily needs of farmers, the deputy agriculture minister said on Thursday. , Taras Vysotskiy.

He said Ukraine stepped up grain exports using alternative routes in April after Russia blocked Black Sea ports, and he expected grain exports to increase further in April. may.

(Reporting by Natalia Zinets, editing by Timothy Heritage)

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