Russia Agrees To Prolong Black Sea Grain Deal By 60 Days

Russia Agrees To Extend Black Sea Grain Deal By 60 Days

The Black Sea grain deal permits Ukraine to export its grain. (File)

Geneva, Switzerland:

Russia has agreed to resume the Ukraine grain export deal however just for one other 60 days, Deputy Overseas Minister Sergey Vershinin introduced following talks with the United Nations on Monday.

“The Russian facet… doesn’t object to a different extension of the ‘Black Sea Initiative’ after its second time period expiration on March 18, however just for 60 days,” he stated in an announcement issued by the Russian mission in Geneva following the negotiations on the UN’s Palais des Nations.

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