INVEST AND EXPORT TO ROMANIA
The media talk about it
Since the start of the Russian invasion on 24 February and Moscow's blockade of the Sea of Azov - closed to shipping from the start of the offensive - to the Black Sea port of Odessa, the Romanian port of Constanta has become a providential hub - practically the only one by sea - for Ukrainian exports, especially grain.
For the time being, most of these exports are still shipped to Constanta via the two small Danube ports of Reni and Izmaïl, located in the extreme southwest of Ukraine, on the border with Romania. But the quantities are tiny compared to what Ukraine used to deliver through Odessa and the Sea of Azov, when 60% of the country's port activity was related to the grain trade.
Ukraine is trying to save, via Romania, its 20 million tons of grain blocked by Russian ships in the ports of Odessa and the Sea of Azov. But the delays to get them out of the saturated ports of the Danube and the Black Sea are colossal.
Baza 3 Office Center