Grain deal – Erdogan opposes Russia’s isolation

Grain deal – Erdogan opposes Russia’s isolation

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Erdogan advocates cooperation with the Russian Federation

September 10, 2023, 8:09 pm

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who called on leaders of the countries to meet some of Russia’s demands behind closed doors at the G20 summit, said any attempt to restore grain exports from Ukrainian Black Sea ports would isolate Russia. Federation is not possible. The Turkish president told reporters on September 10 at a press conference after the G20 summit in New Delhi. informs Reuters.

Erdogan added that Russia, Ukraine and Turkey will continue to discuss the grain deal. He recalled a Qatari-sponsored initiative to export grain from Russia to Africa via Turkey, which analysts believe will deepen the blockade of Ukrainian grain exports.



Erdogan said he was not “believably” committed to restoring the grain deal with Russia. The Turkish president also discussed renewing the grain deal with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on the sidelines of the G20 summit, sources told Reuters.

Read more: Russian Federation wants to negotiate maximum concessions to return to grain initiative or destroy Ukraine as a competitor in the grain market – ISW

It is worth recalling that the European Union announced that Russia wants to gain additional profits by withdrawing from the Grains Agreement. According to European diplomats, Ukraine is negotiating with Romania and Bulgaria on an alternative sea route from Ukraine through Romanian territorial waters.

The presidents of Turkey and Russia met in Sochi and agreed to renew the grain deal. This is only the first careful screening of the parties’ proposals, after which a new agreement may be reached. Volodymyr Kravchenko writes about the Sochi negotiations and what lies behind them in the article “The Grain Agreement on a New Way?” Will Ukraine make concessions to “dear friends” Putin and Erdogan on ZN.UA?

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