How Russia’s Economic War in the Black Sea Is Impacting Ukraine | WSJ

Since its invasion of Ukraine, Russia has been attacking Kyiv’s economy by taking aim at its crucial ports on the Black Sea. Moscow’s economic war against Ukraine has caused Ukrainian exports to plunge while allowing its own exports to reach record highs. NATO countries have helped establish solitary shipping corridors for Ukrainian use as a result of Russia withdrawing from the grain deal that was brokered by the UN.

WSJ’s Shelby Holliday explains how Moscow’s strategy has worked, and what the West is doing to try and counter its blockade.

0:00 Ukraine’s Black Sea ports
0:36 Russia attacking shipping
1:44 Countering Russia’s blockade
3:08 Risk of war in the Black Sea

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