Erdogan plans to discuss grain deal with UN new terms with Putin 08:07

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is preparing to discuss the feasibility of the grain agreement under the new UN terms with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin. It has been reported TASS Source of political circles in Ankara.

He pointed out that the main topic of the talks to be held in Sochi will be the “applicability of the previous grain agreement”.

“The leaders will examine in detail the new proposals prepared at the UN with the participation of Turkey,” the source said.

In addition, at the meetings to be held in Sochi on September 4, the Presidents of the Russian Federation and Türkiye, i plan to talk With the financial support of Qatar, an agreement was reached on the supply of Russian grain to Africa via Turkey.

September 2 in Ankara appreciated Chance to continue the previous grain agreement with the Russian Federation. A source from Ankara’s political circles noted that the issue will be discussed, but “an agreement should not be expected”.

Formerly Türkiye He said he was ready to guarantee passage through the straits to vessels carrying grain.

Source: Gazeta


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