UN calls for ‘cautiously optimistic’ expansion of grain deal
The UN has said it is ‘cautiously optimistic’ about extending the grain deal
UN remains “cautiously optimistic” about expanding Black Sea Grain Initiative, writes TASS With reference to a source in an international organization.
According to him, the contract is likely to be extended. “We have reason to believe, cautiously optimistic, but optimistic about the expansion of the Black Sea initiative,” he emphasized.
The agreement on food exports from Ukraine was concluded on July 22 for 120 days. It will run till November 19. If no party (Russia, UN, Ukraine, Turkey) objects, the agreement will be automatically extended.
Earlier it was reported that Russia withdrew from the grain agreement after the drone attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) on the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol.
On November 2, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the resumption of Moscow’s participation in the initiative, after Kiev gave written guarantees.
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