: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Grain under fire: agreement to unblock Black Sea ports

On July 22 in Istanbul – after a series of negotiations initiated by Turkey with the participation of the UN – Ukraine and Russia agreed on the terms for the creation of a secure corridor for the transportation of grain, food and fertiliser from three Ukrainian ports on the Black Sea: Odesa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhne. The two ‘mirror’ agreements – one signed between Turkey, the UN and Ukraine, and the other between Turkey, the UN and Russia – will be valid for 120 days, and will only be subject to renewal if all parties agree to this. …read more

Source:: Centre for Eastern Studies (Poland)


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