Multilateral negotiations with the participation of Ukraine, Turkey, Russia and UN representatives on the "grain initiative" will continue, the Turkish Ministry of Defense reports following a two-day meeting of the parties. An agreement to continue the "grain initiative" was not adopted during the meeting.
As stated in the Turkish Defense Ministry for two days, May 10 and 11, "useful meetings were held with constructive approaches of the parties."
The Turkish Defense Ministry also notes that since the signing of the agreement, there has been positive progress in the Black Sea Grain Initiative, which "made a significant contribution to the stability of food prices around the world and is vital in terms of global food supply and security."
The day before, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu suggested that following the meeting of the parties, the term of the "grain agreement" could be extended by two months.
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