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Ukraine’s exports could see smoother flows after the country yesterday signed an agreement with Poland to set up a joint border customs control.

The two countries are also working on a joint-venture rail company in a bid to help Ukraine continue exporting – a challenge since the Russian invasion. Ukraine’s President Zelenskiy said the joint customs plan was a first part of a possible integration of the country into the EU. Reuters reports.

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