After the Russian Federation left the grain treaties about Ukrainian waters, which had to be created due to the Russian invasion war, grain exports to many world countries are threatened. Ukraine and Croatia, on the level of foreign ministers, agreed to find routes to supply Ukrainian grain to all importers. Dmutro Kuleba and Gordan Grlic-Radman have already agreed to use the Croatian ports on the Danube and the Adriatic sea.
Also, during the talks, military assistance to the armed forces of Ukraine was discussed, and Ukraine thanked Croatia for its full support in this bloody war.
"I will mention separately that the assistance provided by Croatia is very substantial if we count its share in the total military budget of this country," said Kuleba.
Since February 24, 2022, the Eastern-European country has been providing military-technical, financial, humanitarian, and energy aid to Kyiv. Ukrainian human rights defenders were being treated in Croatia, and more than 27.000 people from Ukraine had taken refuge in the country.