March 6 – BLiTZ. According to the site kostanews, Turkey is making active efforts to extend the “grain” deal. Ankara also actively opposes Western attempts to prevent Russia from realizing its plans for grain. This was stated by Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
In addition, the UN is also working hard to protect the grain deal from any sanctions. Russian, as well as Ukrainian grain, according to the UN, should be exported. The same goes for Russian fertilizers.
Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu informed about the work of Turkey and the UN on the extension of the Black Sea grain deal March 5, 2023 at 20:06
Recall that the grain deal, signed on July 22, 2022 with the participation of Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the UN, was extended until March 18.
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