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According to Turkey, the agreement on the export of Ukrainian grain is about to be extended. The negotiating parties were “moving towards an extension of the grain deal”, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said today. The deal, which has been renewed twice so far, would expire on Thursday without a deal.

Russia had already blocked an extension. The United States and Britain asked Moscow on Tuesday for an extension, accusing the government of using the food supply as a “weapon”.

The deal, negotiated by the UN and Turkey, was signed last July to allow Ukrainian grain to be safely exported through a Black Sea buffer corridor, thereby mitigating the impact of Russia’s war of aggression on global food supplies. .

The deal allows Russia to export fertilizer and food despite sanctions. Moscow has repeatedly complained that this agreement is not being respected.