Black Sea grain export deal renewed

Black Sea grain export deal renewed

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The accord with Russia and Ukraine was struck by the United Nations and Turkey in July — and was renewed for another 120 days in November — to deal with a global food crisis that could lead to Russia’s February 24, 2022, invasion of Ukraine. And it was partly fuel. Black Sea blockade.

Russia had previously called for the deal to be renewed for only 60 days, half the duration of the previous renewal period, while Ukraine was pushing for a 120-day renewal.

“(The Black Sea Grain Initiative) agreement has been extended for 120 days,” Kubrakov wrote on Twitter.

“I am grateful to (UN Secretary-General Antonio) Guterres, (the) United Nations, President Erdogan, Minister Hulusi Akar and all our partners for sticking to the agreements,” he said.

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