International Desk:: Russia has extended Ukraine’s grain export agreement through the Black Sea Corridor by another 120 days. The president of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the mediator of this agreement, announced this on Saturday.
The United Nations and Turkey, the mediators of this agreement, proposed to Russia to extend this period by at least another four months. News from Anadolu.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Alexander Kubrakov, said that Russia extended the third round by another 120 days.
The second phase ends on March 18. In February 2022, this agreement was reached between Russia and Ukraine to eliminate the world food crisis under the initiative of the United Nations and the mediation of Turkey.
After that, the contract was extended for another 120 days in November last year. This time the contract period has been extended by another 120 days.