Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and UN personnel to discuss grain deal

The deal is set to expire on May 18
calendar icon 5 May 2023
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Technical personnel from Turkey, Russia, Ukraine, and the United Nations will meet today to discuss a deal that allows the exports of Ukrainian grains on the Black Sea, Reuters reported, citing Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar on Thursday.

The meeting will come ahead of the planned deputy defence ministers of Russia, Ukraine and Turkey next week, Akar also said adding that Ankara continues its efforts for further extension of the deal that will expire on May 18.

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