Agreements on the "grain corridor" will be signed today in Istanbul

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Muarrir
22 July 2022, 13:29
Muarrir
22 July 2022, 13:29

Today, July 22, the Dolmabahche Palace in Istanbul will host a signing ceremony for the "Grain Corridor" agreement, which will allow the export of food products from the Black Sea ports of Ukraine.

This was reported by the Anadolu agency.

The grain supply document will be signed in the presence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres with the participation of Ukrainian and Russian delegations.

The signing of the document is scheduled for 16:30 local time.

Earlier in Istanbul, a four-sided meeting of representatives of Ukraine, Turkey, the United Nations, and the Russian Federation was held on the issue of the supply of grain and food products from the ports of Ukraine blocked due to the war.

The Minister of National Security of Turkey, Hulusi Akar, announced that progress has been made in establishing a Coordination Center in Istanbul, which will include representatives of all four parties.