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Turkey can help Ukraine with the export of grain through the port of Mykolaiv

Published Feb 27, 2024

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Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, has requested Turkey's assistance in unblocking the ports of Mykolaiv Oblast to expand Ukraine's grain corridor. Zelenskyi believes that Turkish President Recep Erdogan can help open a port in Mykolaiv, which would significantly increase Ukrainian grain exports. The matter is set to be discussed at the upcoming 'Peace Summit', where Erdogan's participation is expected. This development follows Ukraine's establishment of its own grain corridor after the 'grain agreement' with Russia collapsed in 2023.
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The Ukrainian side calls on Turkey at the diplomatic level to help unblock the ports of Mykolaiv Oblast in order to expand the grain corridor. The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyi, made this statement, UNIAN writes. The head of state emphasized that Turkish President Recep Erdogan has the opportunity to help Ukraine open a port in Mykolaiv, thanks to which it is possible to increase the export of Ukrainian grain. According to the president, the official representatives of Ukraine are confident that the relevant issue can be resolved during the first inaugural "Peace Summit". Volodymyr Zelenskyy added that he expects the participation of Recep Erdogan in this summit. It should be noted that in the fall of 2023, after the Russian Federation broke the "grain agreement", Ukraine created its own grain corridor. Regarding the new grain agreement, as I told President Erdogan, we are in favor of expanding these corridors. We would be grateful if there is an additional route, but ...
Source: Agropolit
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