The expert told how Ukraine should react to Turkey's attempts to restore the grain agreement with the Russian Federation

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Published Dec 8, 2023

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Turkish efforts to restore the grain agreement with Russia are concerning for Ukraine, as it must protect its sea corridor passing through Romania and Bulgaria, according to Yevgenia Gaber. She emphasized that the grain agreement cannot be promising for Ukraine and Turkey should not block the Ukrainian maritime corridor. Despite Russian shelling, Ukraine continues to work on its humanitarian corridor in the Black Sea, while Turkey is working to restore the "grain corridor" as part of the Black Sea Grain Initiative.
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Although Turkey continues its attempts to restore the grain agreement with the Russian Federation, Ukraine must protect its own sea corridor that passes through the territory of Romania and Bulgaria as much as possible. This was stated by the senior researcher of the Atlantic Council and the Center for the Study of Modern Turkey at Carleton University, candidate of political sciences Yevgenia Gaber, writes Ukrinform. According to her, the grain agreement cannot become promising for Ukraine. Evgeniya Haber noted that Turkey should not block the operation of the Ukrainian maritime corridor, which was created without the participation of the Russian Federation. It should be noted that the work of the new humanitarian corridor for ships in the Ukrainian part of the Black Sea continues, despite the fact that the Russian occupiers continue to shell the port infrastructure. Turkey is doing everything possible to restore the work of the "grain corridor" within the framework of the Black ...
Source: Agropolit
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