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As Russia Strikes Ports, Ukraine Scrambles to Continue Grain Exports

Last week, Valentin Pavlenko loaded two tipper trucks with grain from his farm in southern Ukraine. Normally, he sends them two hours east to the deepwater port of Odesa, but this time they headed in the other direction, to the small port of Reni on the Danube River.

Mr. Pavlenko is not alone. The highway west from Odesa is clogged with eighteen-wheelers — hundreds, if not thousands in a week; they are delivering grain to alternate distribution points, now that Russia has not only pulled…

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