The Istanbul Agreements: Ukrainian Grain export, Anti-Russian Restrictions


Agreements on establishment of a corridor for export of Ukrainian grain and withdrawal of restrictions on export of Russian food and fertilizer have been signed in Istanbul on Friday. A memorandum signed by Russia and the UN states that the global organization will join the work on withdrawal of anti-Russian sanctions obstructing export of agricultural products and fertilizer. The agreement on export of Ukrainian grain provides for safe corridors from three ports: Odessa, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny. Ukrainian territorial waters will not be demined, and Ukraine will ensure passage of ships to international waters; however, the export of grain will be…

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