Russia Will Rejoin Black Sea Export Deal
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Russia says it will rejoin the agreement that guarantees safe passage for ships carrying vital grain exports from Ukraine, a move that may help ease concerns about global food supplies that were raised when Moscow suspended its participation in the pact. This comes after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan spoke with Russian President Vladimir Putin to broker a deal. CNN’s Isa Soares speaks with Turkish Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin about this decision, in the video published on Nov 2, 2022, by CNN, as “Putin says Russia will rejoin Black Sea grain export deal“, below:
The Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has said his country would not impede the future export of grain through a deal mediated by the UN and Turkey with Ukraine, but that it reserves the right to withdraw if necessary, in the video published on Nov 2, 2022, by Guardian News, as “Putin: Russia may leave UN grain deal again, but exports to Turkey are guaranteed“, below:
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