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REPORT: Turkey’s Erdogan Says Wheat Will Now Flow From Ukraine Via Black Sea

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Turkish President Recep Erdogan declared grain will again flow from Ukraine’s ports of the Black Sea under a deal struck between Moscow and Kyiv.

“With the beginning of maritime grain transportation in the coming days we will make an important contribution to overcoming the global food crisis,” he said at Turkey’s Kayseri. His address was aired by the TRT TV channel, wrote Russian state news agency TASS.

Turkish President said on Saturday that Ankara will continue its efforts to solve the Ukrainian crisis diplomatically.

“We are resolved to continue diplomatic efforts until peace between Russia and Ukraine is ensured. In the near future, we hope to receive encouraging news at talks and in contacts at all levels, including leaders,” he said in an address aired by the TRT TV channel.

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