The "grain deal" has been extended for another 120 days
The Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine, Alexander Kubrakov, announced that the "grain deal" will be extended for 120 days.
"The initiative for the safe transportation of agricultural products across the Black Sea has been extended for another 120 days. This decision was just made in Istanbul. The guarantors of implementing the initiative are the UN and Turkey," Kubrakov said.
The grain deal, signed on July 22 by representatives of Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, and the United Nations, involves the export of Ukrainian grain, food, and fertilizer from three Black Sea ports (including Odesa). The Joint Coordination Center in Istanbul is responsible for coordinating the movement of ships. The contract expires on November 19.
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