How The War Redirected Ukraine’s Grain Exports

According to data from the UN Comtrade database, the war in Ukraine redirected much of the country’s grain exports to Europe, with most of the grains ending up there last year.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the temporary blockage of its Black Sea ports have redirected the flow of grain from Ukraine. 

One of the world’s leading producers of wheat, corn and vegetable oils, Ukraine shipped much of its grain internationally prior to the war, with seven of the 10 most important destination markets for Ukrainian grain exports in 2021 located in Asia and North Africa (eight when including Turkey).

That changed drastically in 2022, as the following chart illustrates.

Infographic: How the War Redirected Ukraine's Grain Exports | Statista

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