The 2022 grain harvest in Ukraine is estimated to fall to around 55.1 million tons from 94.8 million in 2021

Exports of key Ukrainian agricultural commodities fell by almost half since the start of Russia’s invasion compared to the same period in 2021, data from Ukraine’s Agriculture Ministry showed Monday.

As a result of the fighting from Russia’s military incursion, which began on February 24, Ukrainian seaports were blocked, leaving a vast amount of crops either unharvested or destroyed.

Agricultural exports between February 24 and August 14 this year fell to just over 11 million tons from around 21.5 million in the same period in 2021, according to the data.... Read More: i24