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A grain shipment deal could pave the way for a new…

(MENAFN) The Turkish government representative said he was optimistic that the grain shipment agreement signed between Turkey, the UN, Russia and Ukraine could pave the way for peace talks.

Ibrahim Kalin said in a televised meeting on Sunday that “I don’t want to sound overly optimistic, but it’s not unlikely that this grain supply deal will open the door to a ceasefire, to an exchange of prisoners and to new peace negotiations if that is the case”. well done.”

Kalin said a conflict in which both sides suffer defeat and the whole world suffers damage would have no winner, highlighting how war affects every aspect of life in the world, from the cost of energy to commodity and food prices.

He also pointed out that ships from the ports of Odessa are loaded and ready to go, but inspections, coordinated corridors, as well as the delivery of exports are still being decided.


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