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USA: We are satisfied with Turkey’s efforts regarding grain crisis

US National Security spokesman John Kirby stated that they welcome Turkey’s efforts to reach an agreement for the export of grain stuck in Ukraine due to the Russian occupation.

US National Security Council spokesman John Kirby announced that they welcome Turkey’s attempts to resolve the grain crisis in Ukraine.

Kirby stated that they support Turkey’s efforts to reach an agreement for the export of grain stuck in Ukraine due to the Russian occupation. Expressing that the USA is also working with its allies on this issue, Kirby said, “We are absolutely delighted with the role played by Turkey.”

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said in a statement yesterday, “There is a UN plan to develop grain exports from Ukraine. We continue our efforts together with the UN. We are in contact with both Ukraine and Russia,” he said. Çavuşoğlu said, “Everyone wants to make sure that the ships carry the specified products. It’s fine when you look at it, but the parties have to agree. Therefore, in addition to the efforts of the UN, we continue our efforts with both Ukraine and Russia. We focused more on Russia, because a technical meeting is also planned in Istanbul. Its date is not known yet. We expect a positive response from Russia,” he said.

Grain exports of Ukraine, one of the world’s main grain exporters, stopped due to the invasion initiated by Russia in February. Russia denies that it is responsible for the food crisis and blames the sanctions imposed by Western countries due to the occupation for food supply problems.

Source From: Sozcu

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