Putin questions grain export agreement with Ukraine

Russia is once again questioning the negotiated compromise on exporting Ukrainian grain across the Black Sea. The staple food, which is actually intended for poor countries, will be delivered to Turkey and the European Union, President Vladimir Putin said Wednesday in Vladivostok in eastern Russia. He said it may be necessary to think about how to limit exports across the Black Sea. “I will definitely discuss the issue with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.” After all, he said, the poorest countries, in particular, should be helped.

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