export agreements cereal From Ukrainian ports was signed on Friday in Istanbul. The meeting was attended by President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and representatives of the Republic of Turkey. Ukraine and Russia.
“The deal opens the way for commercial exports,” he added food From Ukraine to the Black Sea. It will avoid the catastrophe of food shortages affecting millions of people around the world. “She is a beacon of hope, opportunity and relief,” UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres commented on Twitter.
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Ukraine, Russia, Turkey and the United Nations have concluded an agreement on the export of grain. Russia made a condition
Russia and Ukraine Separate agreements were signed with Turkey and the United Nations. The agreements concluded mean that Russia agrees to a truce to allow grain exports from Ukraine. On the other hand, Turkey will check the ships to ensure that they do not carry weapons, according to the BBC.
According to the agreement, Russia will stop the bombing of Ukrainian ports when the ships loaded with grain leave. The vehicles will be escorted by the Turkish Naval Forces. On the other hand, a coordination center will be established in Istanbul, thanks to which it will be possible to resume the export of Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea. In addition, the agreement aims to leave Ukraine under full control of the ports Odessaand Chornomorsk and Yuzhny. And Agence France-Presse decided that the authorities in Moscow are demanding the lifting of Penalties for the export of Russian agricultural products.
The head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell, welcomed the agreement on the export of Ukrainian grain. “The illegal Russian invasion of Ukraine has left millions hungry. Today’s agreement in Istanbul is a step in the right direction. We call for speedy implementation,” the EU’s diplomatic chief wrote on Twitter.
Russia closed Ukrainian ports. It led to a food crisis
The five-month Russian blockade of Ukrainian ports has led to a serious food crisis in the world. It mainly affected Africa, but also contributed to growth the prices Bread and flour in Europe, including Poland. In Odessa alone, there are 20 million tons of grain waiting in warehouses, which cannot yet be exported.
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