Ukraine grain storage shortage to ease as exports rise -deputy minister
PARIS, Sept 1 (Reuters) - Ukraine may lack 12 million tonnes of regular grain storage capacity by the end of November, a manageable level that is less than feared before the re-opening of the country's Black Sea ports, First Deputy Agriculture Minister Taras Vysotskyi said.
The war-torn country's grain and oilseed exports rose to 4.5 million tonnes in August, including 3 million tonnes shipped via the Danube river and through Black Sea ports, Vysotskyi said during an online briefing on Thursday. (Reporting by Pavel Polityuk and Gus Trompiz, editing by Sybille de La Hamaide)
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