Belarusian fertilizers went around the Baltics

Minsk has decided to start transporting fertilizers through Russian ports. Thus, the products of the Belaruskali enterprise, which produces 11 million tons of fertilizers (15 percent of the entire world market), are now shipped through the ports of St. Petersburg and other cities of the Russian Federation.

In particular, as reported Kommersant, a Belarusian fertilizer manufacturer signed an agreement with the St. Petersburg operator LLC Keystone Logistics for the shipment of 2 million tons of fertilizers. Deliveries go through terminals located in the Big Port of St. Petersburg. Goods are also transported through the fishing port in Vladivostok. Thus, Belarusian fertilizers are now bypassing the Baltic countries.

In addition, according to sources, Belarus transports fertilizers to China by rail through Russian territory. Despite the sanctions against Belaruskali, last month the company sold 120 thousand tons of products in this way.

Meanwhile, Valentina Matviyenko, speaker of the Federation Council, spoke about Belarus' assistance in selling its goods on July 1. She noted that Astrakhan and Dagestan would become transit points for the supply of goods from Belarus to Asian countries. In addition, fertilizers and other products will be sold through the port of Ust-Luga (Leningrad Region).

Russia is helping Belarus to form logistics routes for the export of Belarusian goods, the construction of a point in Ust-Luga for the transportation of Belarusian fertilizers and other goods is in the active stage of solution

- Matvienko emphasized during the forum of regions of Belarus and Russia in Grodno.
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  1. Bulanov Offline Bulanov
    Bulanov (Vladimir) 4 July 2022 14: 43
    And you can also launch Belarusian fertilizers to India through Iranian roads. The route is long overdue. All participants will have only a lot of pluses!
  2. boris epstein Offline boris epstein
    boris epstein (Boris) 4 July 2022 14: 52
    Belarus is still that ally. As far back as last year, Russia offered to drive Belarusian cargoes along Russian railways and transfer their transit to Russian ports.
  3. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 5 July 2022 12: 31
    Well, Belarusians will take out a third of the usual volume. But other?
    1. Ingvar7 Offline Ingvar7
      Ingvar7 (Ingvar Miller) 6 July 2022 10: 11
      Rest? Well, you're a prophet! ))
      1. Expert_Analyst_Forecaster 6 July 2022 11: 48
        I predict that a third will be taken out, and two thirds will not.
        Then there will be a decrease in fertilizer production in Belarus and an increase in prices for fertilizers in the world.
        What will not affect Russia at all is that we have a lot of cheap fertilizers in stock.