Erdoğan opposes time limits for grain corridor operation

Erdoğan opposes time limits for grain corridor operation

It would be wrong to set time limits for the operation of the grain corridor: the longer the work lasts, the more efficient it will be.

"It would be wrong to set time limits. We told them that the longer they do this work, the more efficient it will be. On the other hand, in my opinion, it is necessary to define the boundaries of this work and do it well," President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told journalists after his visit to Uzbekistan, Ukrinform reports with reference to Haber Türk.

The President of Turkey also spoke in favor of intensifying the flow of food and fertilizers to countries that need them the most, in particular, African countries.

As reported, Ukraine wants to expand the export agreement within the Black Sea Grain Initiative to include more ports and goods and hopes that a decision will be made next week to extend the grain agreement for at least a year.


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