Putin discussed grain supplies from Russia and Ukraine with Erdogan
The Presidents of Russia and Turkey expressed their satisfaction with the July 13 meeting in Istanbul, during which Moscow presented its proposals to resolve the situation with grain supplies
President In Russia, Vladimir Putin said that he had discussed with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan the problem of food security and the supply of Russian and Ukrainian grain. He said this following the meeting of the heads of state— guarantors of the Astana process of assistance to the Syrian settlement.
“I note that the issues of food security and cooperation to facilitate the supply of both Russian and Ukrainian grain to world markets” were discussed,”” Putin said.
The heads of state expressed their satisfaction with the July 13 meeting in Istanbul.
During a conversation with the Turkish President, Putin thanked him for mediating negotiations on the export of grain through the Black Sea. “With your mediation, we have moved forward. True, not all issues have yet been resolved, but the fact that there is a movement is already good, — he noted.
Erdogan, in turn, called the Russian position on this issue “positive and constructive.”
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Last week, representatives of the delegations of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN met in Istanbul. Moscow handed over its proposals to resolve the situation with grain supplies. As stated in the Russian Ministry of Defense, the parties generally supported them. According to Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar, the next talks are scheduled for this week.
The West and Kyiv accuse Russia of preventing the export of grain accumulated in Ukrainian ports. Moscow denies the accusations, arguing that the supplies are being blocked due to the fault of Ukraine, which mined its ports at the beginning of hostilities.
In late June, Putin proposed options for exporting grain “through Romania, the Danube and the subsequent movement along the Black Sea, through Poland, through Belarus, through the ports of the Sea of Azov».
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