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Grain deal extended for another two months

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Grain deal extended for another two months


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The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the extension of the grain deal for two months. The official representative of the diplomatic mission, Maria Zakharova, noted that the decision would be a positive contribution to ensuring food security in the world. At the same time, Russia is waiting for the correction of shortcomings in the execution of the deal, TASS reports.

Zakharova noted that the Black Sea initiative, supported by Russia and Turkey, will help support global food security ''not in words, but in deeds'', and provide assistance to states in need.

Moscow expects that the shortcomings that do not allow the initiative to be fully implemented will be eliminated with the help of experts working to comply with the agreements on an ongoing basis. Zakharova stressed that Russia has not changed its fundamental attitude to the grain deal.

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