Russia's military invasion of Ukraine continues.

Russian and Ukrainian troops continue to fight in various parts of Ukraine, and many civilians are evacuating abroad.

We will keep you updated on the movements on the 26th (Japan time) regarding the situation in Ukraine, such as the situation of the battle and the diplomacy of the countries concerned.

(There is a time difference of 6 hours between Japan, Ukraine, and Moscow, Russia)

Preparing to resume exports of wheat from 3 ports including Odessa, Ukraine

Ukraine's Minister of Infrastructure and Infrastructure and Minister of Agriculture and Food Solsky held a press conference on the 25th regarding the resumption of exports from three ports, including Southern Odessa, which faces the Black Sea.

Exports of wheat and other products from Ukrainian ports began as early as this week, with some preparations being made to resume at all three ports in the next two weeks.

Infrastructure Minister Kubrakov said, "Ukrainian rescue vessels will accompany all vessels," and will take safety measures.

In addition, Solsky's Minister of Agriculture and Food is currently in a situation where he can export about 10 billion dollars, about 1.36 trillion yen worth of grain in Japanese yen, and 20 billion dollars to be harvested, about 2 trillion yen. He emphasized the need to export additional 720 billion yen worth of grain.