Russia’s Agreement With The Two-Month Extension Of Grain

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According to the words of the deputy foreign minister of Russia, it is said that Moscow has agreed to the temporary extension of the grain export agreement from the Black Sea.

“Sergei Vershinin”, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia, announced yesterday: “Negotiations between representatives of Russia and the United Nations in Geneva on the status of the agreement on the export of grain from ports located in the Black Sea have ended, and the results will be made public in the next few days. The results of the negotiations It was quite broad and clear.”

This senior official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia emphasized that the position of this country in relation to the grain agreement will be determined depending on the real progress in the normalization of the export of the country’s agricultural products.

Russia has no objection to extending the grain agreement again, but this time for 60 days, not 120 days. The rest of the negotiations are still the same as before.

It should be noted that Turkey, Ukraine, Russia and the United Nations, with the mediation of Ankara, signed the document on “safe transfer of grain and food from Ukrainian ports” on July 22 in Istanbul. So far, dozens of ships carrying Ukrainian grain have gone to the world markets by passing through Turkish straits. This agreement was signed by Russia and Ukraine in “Dolmabahçe Palace” Palace in Istanbul, in the presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.