President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday said more From 4 million metric tons of Grain shipped out of Ukraine as part of The historic Istanbul deal.
Erdogan said the deal, brokered by the United Nations and Turkey to unblock Ukrainian seaports, was going “smoothly”.
More than 4 million tons of The grain was exported via the grain lane. “It’s still going on,” the president told reporters after Friday prayers. in Istanbul.
Ukraine’s grain exports fell after Russia invaded the country on February 24 and besieged its ports on the Black Sea, driving his car up global Food prices and raising concerns of shortage in Africa and the Middle East.
Three ports on the Black Sea reopened under the signed grain agreement on July 22 by Moscow and Kyiv.
Erdogan on Friday also Repeat on the importance of Russian grain and fertilizer export confirming this help poor countries.
Ukraine, A global Leading grain producer and exporter, shipped up to 6 million tons of Grain per month before the war.
Joint Coordination Center (JCC) with Officials from Russia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Nations were officials set up in Istanbul as part of Deal to supervise shipments.