Grain agreement to be extended after March 18
Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin said the Russian Federation is ready to extend the “grain corridor” after March 18 for another 60 days. This is reported by Railway Supply, citing Rail.insider.
On Monday evening, March 13, at a briefing in Geneva after the completion of another round of consultations with UN representatives, he noted that Russia’s position would be further determined by the situation with Russian agricultural exports, including bank payments, logistics and the supply of ammonia through the Tolyatti-Odessa pipeline.
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At the same time, the representative of the aggressor country noted that the sanctions reliefs for food and fertilizers announced earlier by the US, EU and UK actually “do not work” and spoke about the problems of Russian exporters.
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