Russia is ready to be liberated up Sea freight and unimpeded export facilitation of Grain from Ukrainian ports in Coordination with Turkish President Vladimir Putin told his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday.
Russia offensive in Sanctions against Ukraine and the West have disrupted supplies of Wheat and other commodities of the two countriesraising concerns about risk of imperfection and hunger about the world.
Russia and Ukraine account for 29% of global Mainly wheat exports via Black Sea and 80% of global export of Sun flower oil. Ukraine also A major source of corn.
in call with Erdogan and Putin confirmed that Russia may export large quantities of Fertilizer and food in Case penalties against Moscow has been lifted, according to a Kremlin reading of conversations.
During the discussion of the situation in Ukraine, focus on Safe Mobility Guarantee in The Black Sea, the Sea of Azov and the elimination of the mine threat in The Kremlin said.
Vladimir Putin noticed the readiness of Russians side To facilitate unimpeded sea transit of goods in Coordination with Turkish partners. this is also Applies to export of Grain from Ukrainian ports.
Russia February 24 invasion of Ukraine has succeeded in breaking down the grain market with Chicago wheat futures hit a record high in March amid concerns about supplies.
Moscow expects a record cropped this year with Exports to be shipped out of Russia’s open ports on the Black Sea.
dozens of Container ships are banned in Ukrainian ports surrounded by Russian forces are suffocating off exports of Wheat, sunflower oil and other food items as well as fertilizer for crops.
Putin repeated the allegations global It was a lack of food result of Western “short-sighted” policies that say Russia is ready to export “large quantities of Fertilizers and agricultural products if anti-Russian sanctions are lifted.”
a senior Turkish language official last week said Ankara in talks with Moscow and Kyiv to open lane via Bosphorus for Grain exports from Ukraine.
More than 20 million tons of grain stuck in Silos in the ports of Ukraine on the Black Sea.
“With the opening of a passage from Turkey, there was demand for These grains to reach target markets. Negotiations are still going on.” senior official to Reuters.
turkey shares free borders with Ukraine and Russia in Black Sea and her good Relations with Both.
While Russia criticized offensiveAnkara is trying to balance its close relations and has positioned itself as neutral party Attempt to mediate between the warring parties.