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The report suggests that Prime Minister Erdogan will discuss the “grain issue” with the Cabinet on Monday.

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Ankara (Sputnik)-Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold a government meeting on Monday to discuss a roadmap for solving the “grain problem,” Turkish media reports.

Istanbul Hosted “grain problem” Negotiations attended by military officials from Turkey, Russia and Ukraine, and UN delegations on 13 July. After the meeting, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said the parties had agreed to establish a coordinating center in Istanbul, and Russia and Ukraine had agreed. Will be convened for another round of negotiations in Turkey.

TRT Harbor reported on Monday that a Turkish cabinet meeting will be held later that day, focusing on foreign policy, especially the roadmap to follow to resolve the grain crisis caused by the Ukraine conflict.

The United Nations has repeatedly warned of the possibility of a global food crisis due to grain shortages, as the delivery of wheat, sunflower and fertilizer from Ukrainian ports remains impossible. Western nations have accused Russia of blocking grain shipments at Ukraine’s Black Sea port during a special operation, and Moscow said Kyiv used land mines to block the port.

President Vladimir Putin said Russia did not block grain exports from Ukraine, if Kyiv plundered the port The grain will be able to leave No obstacles. At the same time, Moscow emphasized that sanctions on Russia’s agricultural exports contributed to the ongoing crisis, while Western nations continue to blame Russia for the consequences of their decisions.



https://sputniknews.com/20220718/erdogan-to-discuss-grain-issue-with-cabinet-monday-reports-suggest-1097406716.html The report suggests that Prime Minister Erdogan will discuss the “grain issue” with the Cabinet on Monday.

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