While Russia is blocking Ukrainian ports, the world suffers from food shortages. For example, it has already started in Britain. The Ministry of agrarian policy is actively working to find alternative outlets for products from Ukraine to importing countries.
On 22-24 April, a minister of agrarian policy Mykola Solskyy met with a minister of agriculture of Latvia, Kaspars Gerhards. During the visit, the delegations of the two countries visited the economic zone of Liepaja and the ports of Latvia. As a result of the talks, the ministers reached agreements on assistance to Latvia’s exports to Ukraine.
Earlier, president of Latvia, Egils Levits, reported on the possibility of using Latvian ports to export Ukrainian grain.