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Possible Deal Between Russia, Ukraine and Turkey Raises Hopes of Resuming Grain Exports

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Possible Deal Between , Russia, Ukraine and Turkey , Raises Hopes of Resuming Grain Exports.
Possible Deal Between , Russia, Ukraine and Turkey , Raises Hopes of Resuming Grain Exports.
Russia has claimed that shipments of grain will restart in the coming days from the Russian-occupied Ukrainian port of Berdiansk. .
Russia has claimed that shipments of grain will restart in the coming days from the Russian-occupied Ukrainian port of Berdiansk. .
'The Guardian' reports that foreign minister Sergei Lavrov held talks with his Turkish counterpart who said that more talks would be needed to ensure the safety of exports.
'The Guardian' reports that foreign minister Sergei Lavrov held talks with his Turkish counterpart who said that more talks would be needed to ensure the safety of exports.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu reportedly detailed
a United Nations plan to open a sea corridor
for the export of Ukrainian grain.
Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu reportedly detailed
a United Nations plan to open a sea corridor
for the export of Ukrainian grain.
Various ideas have been put out for
the export of Ukrainian grains to the market
and most recently is the UN plan [including]
a mechanism that can be created between
the UN, Ukraine, Russia and Turkey.
We see it as reasonable, Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu, Turkish Foreign Minister,
via 'The Guardian'.
'The Guardian' reports that a majority
of Ukrainian grain exports have been halted
since Russia's invasion began in late February.
'The Guardian' reports that a majority
of Ukrainian grain exports have been halted
since Russia's invasion began in late February.
Ukraine's Black Sea ports have been
blockaded, preventing about 90% of trade
from the world's fifth-largest grain exporter.
Ukraine's Black Sea ports have been
blockaded, preventing about 90% of trade
from the world's fifth-largest grain exporter.
The lack of Ukrainian exports has raised
concerns of a global food crisis that threatens
to push millions of people into famine.
The lack of Ukrainian exports has raised
concerns of a global food crisis that threatens
to push millions of people into famine.
Turkey previously attempted to act as a mediator
between Russia and Ukraine, however
ceasefire talks have since lost momentum.
Turkey has reportedly expressed a willingness
to provide Turkish naval escorts to ensure
safe passage for cargo vessels. .
Turkey has reportedly expressed a willingness
to provide Turkish naval escorts to ensure
safe passage for cargo vessels.

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