Source: Ankara hopes to bring Russian grain to markets after Istanbul deal
ISTANBUL, July 22 – RAI News. A source familiar with the negotiations in Istanbul told RIA Novosti that Turkey expects the signing of an agreement on the grain issue to contribute to bringing Russian grain to world markets.
The Turkish presidential administration previously told RIA Novosti that the document on the grain issue will be signed on Friday at 16.30 in Istanbul, with Turkish leader Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary-General António Guterres attending the ceremony.
The UN has repeatedly voiced the threat of a food crisis due to grain shortages, Western accused Russia of blocking the supply of Ukrainian grain to world markets, Moscow categorically denied such accusations. At the same time, the Kyiv authorities themselves created many obstacles to the export of grain for export: in addition to the grain arson that arose in the port of Mariupol, Ukrainian troops mined the Black Sea, which did not allow grain to be transported around the world. markets with ships. Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia does not prevent grain exports from Ukraine, that ships carrying grain can leave without any problems if Kiev clears the ports of mines.
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