Turkey intends to extend the grain agreement

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Turkey intends to extend grain agreement

Ankara considers it best option to continue deal on the export of grain from Ukraine for six months or a year.

Turkey is negotiating the extension of the agreement on the export of grain from the ports of Ukraine. This was stated in an interview with A Haber by the official representative of the Turkish leader, Ibrahim Kalin, the Hürriyet newspaper reported on October 18.

“Ankara stands for the extension of the” grain deal “… In our opinion, it would be better if it was valid for another six months or a year,” he specified.

According to Kalyn, the Russians have not yet given a clear answer, as they want their own fertilizers and grain to reach the international level.

“Contacts with the UN continue. I think that the proposal of our President (Recep Tayyip Erdogan) and the request to (Russian leader Vladimir) Putin will be heard,” the speaker emphasized.

Recall that the agreement on grain corridors, concluded on July 22 by representatives of the UN, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine, is calculated until November. After that, it should be revised.

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