Turkish Defense Minister Akar announced his readiness to support the entry of Russian agricultural products to the markets
Minister of Defense Turkey Hulusi Akar reminded that Russia discusses with United Nations (UN) output of agricultural sector products to the markets. His words lead RIA News
Akar stressed that Turkey is ready to support the entry of Russian agricultural products to the markets.
“The Russian side continues negotiations with the UN regarding the export of grain, food and chemicals in Russian ports. As Turkey, we continue our efforts to contribute to this cause and effectively fulfill our role as an intermediary,” the head of the defense department said.
Earlier in Turkey, they “experienced a shock” after Russia’s decision on the grain deal. Minister of Agriculture and Forestry of Turkey Vahit Kirisci also promised continue to care for and support the agriculture and farmers of the country.
October 29 Armed Forces Ukraine (AFU) attacked Sevastopol using unmanned aerial vehicles. city governor Mikhail Razvozhaev stated that the ships of the Black Sea Fleet recaptured attack. Objects in Sevastopol are not affected, there are no victims or injured. Later Ministry of Defense of Russia stated that Moscow suspended participation in the agreement after the attack of UAF drones on Sevastopol.