The United Nations has denied Turkey’s 25% discount allegations. in Grain prices from Ukraine under the recently signed grain deal.
“We’ve done a lot researchas much research as such possibleAnd I can tell you there was no discount built In the Black Sea Grain Initiative agreement that was signed in Istanbul. Moreover, we are not aware of Any other agreement that would guarantee “Such an opponent,” said spokesman Stephane Dujarric. for United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.
His statements came to clarify the response to a question posed by a journalist regarding the grain deal and possible Discount granted to Turkey for that it purchase of Ukrainian grain.
Turkey, the United Nations, Russia and Ukraine signed a historic deal on July 22 to reopen three Ukrainian ports – Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny – for The pills that were stuck for months due to the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian war, which is now in Sixth month.
The United Nations estimates that there are an additional 47 million people people started with face “Seeing” hungerAs a direct result of the war.
The United Nations and Turkey, a member of NATO and a maritime neighbor of Russia and Ukraine in Black Sea, he was working for Two months to broker the deal. turkey controls straits leading in the Black Sea and acted as a mediator on cereal issue.
Cereal exports were halted during the five-month war caused Prices for rise Significantly, reopening Ukrainian ports could avert famine in slash of The world.
Ukraine one of The world’s largest exporters of Wheat, corn and sunflower oil, but Russia invasion of The country and the naval blockade of Its ports have stopped shipments. Some grain is transported across Europe by rail, road and river, but prices of vital goods like Wheat and barley rose during the nearly five-month war.