Everything is going better and better between Russia and Turkey. Erdogan and Putin met to agree and strengthen their agreements on the export of cereals to developing countries.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday defended his country’s economic ties with Moscow and promised to continue the export of Ukrainian cereals, during a meeting with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, in Astana.
“We are determined to continue and strengthen the Istanbul agreement on (the export of) cereals and also to transport Russian cereals and fertilizers via Turkey to developing countries,” said the Turkish president. during a brief public sequence. “We can work together to determine which countries will be”: “Russia and Turkey will certainly disturb some, but developing countries will certainly be happier”, he insisted, before the two presidents do not withdraw to continue their conversation in private.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin meet head-to-head for the fourth time in three months, on the sidelines of the 6th summit of the Conference for Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) in Astana, Kazakhstan. Erdogan regretted that the majority of Ukrainian grain exports, made possible by the international agreement sealed on July 19 with the United Nations, Russia, Ukraine and Turkey, were directed to developed countries. More than 7 million tons of grain have left Ukraine via the Black Sea and the Bosphorus since the agreement entered into force on August 1 under the control of the Joint Coordination Center which brings together the four parties in Istanbul.
As a reminder, more than seven million tons of cereals have left Ukraine via the Black Sea and the Bosphorus since the agreement entered into force on August 1 under the control of the Joint Coordination Center which brings together the four parties in Istanbul. .