Hungary has joined the negotiations on the extension of the grain agreement in Ukraine

Published Jul 12, 2023

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Hungarian Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy is traveling to Turkey to discuss the extension of an agreement that allows Ukraine to export grain from its Black Sea ports. Nagy is negotiating on behalf of Central and Eastern European countries, which have been affected by the increase in Ukrainian grain flow. He emphasized the importance of resolving market difficulties caused by Ukrainian grain and called for the continuation and expansion of the "grain agreement" to protect European countries and meet the needs of developing nations.
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Hungarian Agriculture Minister Istvan Nagy will travel to Turkey for talks with his Turkish counterpart on the extension of an agreement that allows Ukraine to export grain from its Black Sea ports. Reuters writes about it. "Turkey is a key player in the long-term overcoming of market difficulties caused by the import of Ukrainian grain (in Central Europe)," the minister said. Nagy noted that he is conducting negotiations on behalf of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, which have suffered from the increase in the flow of Ukrainian grain. During the meeting with the Minister of Agriculture and Forestry of Turkey, Ibrahim Yumakli, the Minister of Agriculture of Hungary, Istvan Nagy, called for the continuation of the "grain agreement" and its extension to 5 Ukrainian ports. This is stated in the message of the Hungarian Ministry. According to Nady, due to the military conflict, Ukrainian grain coming across the borders of the five front-line countries creates serious ...
Source: Landlord
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