Istanbul controls Ukrainian grain exports

The control center agreed by Russia and Ukraine to monitor Ukrainian grain exports has been officially opened in Istanbul. Turkey believes that the center will make a significant contribution to overcoming the food crisis, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said at the opening ceremony in Istanbul on Wednesday.

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