The Turkish Defense Ministry described the meeting in Moscow with the Russian defense department delegation as positive and constructive. This was announced on Wednesday, June 22, by the NTV channel, citing sources from the military ministry.
– The results of the negotiations in Moscow brought concrete results: the first Turkish dry cargo ship (“Azov Concorde” – note “VM”) was able to leave the Ukrainian port, – says the message.
In addition, the Russian and Turkish delegations agreed to continue the dialogue on the issue of Ukrainian grain exports, reports TASS.
The day before, the Turkish newspaper Milliyet reported that negotiations between Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN on the export of grain from Ukrainian ports will take place next week in Istanbul. If the Istanbul mechanism starts to work, between 35 and 40 million tons of grain will be transported to world markets through the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles in the next six to eight months. And from the Ukrainian ports, the grain will begin to arrive within a month.
It is specified that merchant ships from the ports of Odessa will be the first to leave.
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