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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Wheat being processed in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Close-up of wheat seeds in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Wheat being processed in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer views barleys in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Close-up of barleys in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer uses a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Tracks of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer uses a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer uses a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Close-up of wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Wheat being processed in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A man processes wheat in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Wheat being processed in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: Close-up of barleys in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer checks barleys in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer uses a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: A farmer uses a modern agricultural machine in a wheat farm in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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ODESSA, UKRAINE - JUNE 17: An aerial view of a modern agricultural machine in a wheat field in Odessa, Ukraine, on June 17, 2022 as Russian-Ukrainian war continues. While the Ukrainian government and several international leaders seek alternative methods to convey thousands of tons of grain stock from the "blocked" Odessa Port to European countries, Ukrainian farmers seek new ways to market the crops that remain in their warehouses. Despite the fear of attack, people in villages along the battle lines in eastern Ukraine do not leave their wheat fields while the war between Russia and Ukraine continues. Despite the challenges, individuals in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, in districts under the control of the Ukrainian government, and in settlements that have been targeted by Russian bombings, continue to work in agriculture. Metin Aktas / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM